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Orchids, a collection of prose and poetry

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Orchids, a collection of prose and poetry (Dutch: Orchideeën, een bundel proza en poëzie) is a collection of prose and poetry written by Dutch writer Louis Couperus, which was published in 1886. Couperus published his debut, A ribbon of poems (Dutch: Een lent van vaerzen) in 1886 with publisher J.L. Beijers. The rights to publish Couperus' books were taken over by publisher A. Rössing, who then published the second book of Couperus, Orchids, a collection of prose and poetry. After Rössing filed for bankruptcy in 1890 the rights were taken over by L.J. Veen, who would publish the second edition in 1895. In 1989 Veen would reprint Orchids, when Couperus' complete works were published.
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original title: Orchideeën, een bundel proza en poëzie
language: Dutch
date of publication: 1886

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