Bertus Aafjes

Amsterdam, 1914) Dutch poet. Lyrical author with a relatively late vocation, he became known with the collection of poems Het gevecht met de Muze ( The fight with the Muse , 1940), in which an aspiration for rigor and formal perfection is appreciated that would become a constant in his production. lyric; death and religious sentiment are recurring themes. The following year he published Het zanduur van de dood ( The hourglass of death , 1941). The book that earned him his greatest literary recognition was Een voetreis naar Rome (1946), a volume dominated by the intimate religious sentiment that, in 1936, had led Aafjes on a pilgrimage on foot to the Holy City of Catholicism

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