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by Margriet de Moor

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Author: Margriet de Moor
ISBN: 9025427480
ISBN13: 978-9025427481
Language: Dutch
Publisher: Uitgeverij Contact (2006)
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Margaretha Maria Antonetta 'Margriet' de Moor (née Neefjes; born 1941) is a Dutch pianist and writer of novels and essays. She won the AKO Literatuurprijs for her novel Eerst grijs dan wit dan blauw (1991).

Margaretha Maria Antonetta 'Margriet' de Moor (née Neefjes; born 1941) is a Dutch pianist and writer of novels and essays. Margaretha Maria Antonetta Neefjes, born in Noordwijk, 21 November 1941, married sculptor Heppe de Moor (1938 - 1992). They had two daughters: writer Marente and visual artist Lara.

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Zaterdag 31 januari 1953.

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Margriet de Moor (b. 1941) debuted in 1988 with her collection of stories . De verdronkene is a book with a serious theme Margriet de MOOR – drowned. This is sleep with a vengeance. 1941) debuted in 1988 with her collection of stories Op de rug gezien (‘Seen From Behind’) which immediately attracted attention as the work of a mature talent. Short-story collections and novels followed with regularity, among them Eerst grijs dan wit dan blauw (First grey, then white, then blue, 1991) which became a bestseller, much praised and translated. De verdronkene is a book with a serious theme. The title says it all: it is hopeless. Margriet de MOOR – drowned.

In Margriet de Moor's exquisite (and exquisitely translated) The Virtuoso, a love affair with a castrato becomes the last .

In Margriet de Moor's exquisite (and exquisitely translated) The Virtuoso, a love affair with a castrato becomes the last thing one would expect: thoroughly, almost overwhelmingly physical. A bestseller in Europe, this Dutch writer's novel overflows with the sights and smells, tastes and textures of an 18th-century Naples caught in intellectual and sensual ferment. De Moor writes compellingly about beauty and art, but the book's real strength lies in her almost offhand depiction of Neapolitan aristocracy-its decadence, its playfulness, and even its casual cruelty. "Only one boy in four fails to survive" Gasparo's operation, Carlotta breezily notes.

In Margriet de Moor's exquisite (and exquisitely translated) The Virtuoso, a love affair with a castrato becomes the last thing one would expect .