Author

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Hella Haasse

Dutch writer

Hélène "Hella" Serafia Haasse (2 February 1918 – 29 September 2011) was a Dutch writer, often referred to as "the Grand Old Lady" of Dutch literature, and whose novel Oeroeg (1948) was a staple for generations of Dutch schoolchildren. Her internationally acclaimed magnum opus is "Heren van de Thee", translated to "The Tea Lords". In 1988 Haasse was chosen to interview the Dutch Queen for her 50th birthday after which celebrated Dutch author Adriaan van Dis called Haasse "the Queen among authors".Haasse has the first Dutch digital online museum dedicated to the life and work of an author. The museum was opened in 2008 on her 90th birthday.Haasse has an asteroid named after her.
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works

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The Scarlet City

werk van Hella Haasse

author: Hella Haasse

1952

Oeroeg

book

author: Hella Haasse

1948

Transit

Dutch children's novella written by Hella Haasse and first published in 1994

author: Hella Haasse

Dat weet ik zelf niet

werk van Hella Haasse

author: Hella Haasse

Een nieuwer testament

werk van Hella Haasse

author: Hella Haasse

The Tea Lords

novel by Hella Haasse

author: Hella Haasse

1992

Skrzynia wspomnień

literair werk van Hella Haasse

author: Hella Haasse

2002

In a Dark Wood Wandering

boek van Hella Haasse

author: Hella Haasse

1949

Kleren maken de vrouw

boek van Hella Haasse

author: Hella Haasse

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