What Water Left Behind

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Waxwing Poems, 2005 - Poetry - 96 pages
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R.H. van den Hoofdakker was Professor of Biological Psychiatry at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands. He worked in the field of biological psychiatry, both as a scientist and a practitioner, studying the significance of sleep. He took the pseudonym of Rutger Kopland to write poetry and has published thirteen volumes to date, many of which have often been reprinted. He has also published many literary essays and one of his critical books combines his two professions. Two Crafts: On Psychiatry and Poetry. He has received awards for his single collections, such as Until It Lets Us Go, as well as for his oeuvre. This is a dual-language book with both the English translations and the Dutch originals of Kopland's award-winning poetry.

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Leaving
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Daughters Departing
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Postcard from a Greek Island
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Copyright

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