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Felix Timmermans (1886–1947)

He was one of the best known Flemish writers during the first period of the 20th century. His works were translated in 16 languages. He was also a painter and a drawer. He illustrated his own publications and also the works of other writers as Tony Bergmann and Ernest Claes. His books are, together with these of Gerard Walschap, Ernest Claes and ... See full bio »

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(age 60) in Lier, Belgium

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(1939)
Pallieter Writer
(1976)

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 1991 Herzlichst, Heinz Rühmann (TV Series short) (novel - 1 episode)
 1989 Boerenpsalm (novel)
 1986 Anna Marie (TV Movie) (novel)
 1977 Ik zag Cecilia komen (TV Movie) (novel)
 1976 Pallieter (novel)
 1967 St. Nikolaus in Not (TV Movie) (after the story by)
 1967 Ein Spiel von den heiligen drei Königen (TV Movie) (play "Triptychon der heiligen drei Könige 1. Teil")
 1962 En waar de Ster bleef stille staan (TV Movie) (novel)
 1954 Kinderbücher für Erwachsene (TV Series) (novel)
 1953 En waar de Ster bleef stille staan (TV Movie) (novel)
 1942 Antoon, de flierefluiter (dialogue) / (scenario)
 1939 Een engel van een man (scenario)
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During the first years of the Second World War, Timmermans was editor of the Flemish nationalist Volk. He also attended meetings of the Europäische Schriftsteller-Vereinigung (European Writers' League), which was initiated by Joseph Goebbels. Because of this, and because of the Rembrandt prize he received in 1942 from the University of Hamburg, he was wrongly seen as a collaborator, which may ... See more »

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