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A la recherche de Willem Elsschot

Anna Musschoot (UGent)
(2004) ETUDES GERMANIQUES. 59(3). p.531-542
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Willem Elsschot's first novel, Villa des Roses (1913), was introduced in the Dutch-Flemish periodical Groot Nederland by Cyriel Buysse, who can be considered as one of his literary ancestors. In this article it is argued that the interest of the modem reader in Elsschot's ironical and cynical style is undiminished, but that the interpretation of the characters also reveals some changes in cultural and moral values.

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Musschoot, Anna. 2004. “A La Recherche De Willem Elsschot.” Etudes Germaniques 59 (3): 531–542.
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Musschoot, Anna. (2004). A la recherche de Willem Elsschot. ETUDES GERMANIQUES, 59(3), 531–542.
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Musschoot A. A la recherche de Willem Elsschot. ETUDES GERMANIQUES. 2004;59(3):531–42.
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Musschoot, Anna. “A La Recherche De Willem Elsschot.” ETUDES GERMANIQUES 59.3 (2004): 531–542. Print.
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  abstract     = {Willem Elsschot's first novel, Villa des Roses (1913), was introduced in the Dutch-Flemish periodical Groot Nederland by Cyriel Buysse, who can be considered as one of his literary ancestors. In this article it is argued that the interest of the modem reader in Elsschot's ironical and cynical style is undiminished, but that the interpretation of the characters also reveals some changes in cultural and moral values.},
  author       = {Musschoot, Anna},
  issn         = {0014-2115},
  journal      = {ETUDES GERMANIQUES},
  language     = {fre},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {531--542},
  title        = {A la recherche de Willem Elsschot},
  volume       = {59},
  year         = {2004},
}

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