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Victor E. van Vriesland

Victor Emanuel van Vriesland (27 October 1892, Haarlem - 29 October 1974, Amsterdam) was a Dutch writer and critic. He received the Constantijn Huygens Prize in 1958 and the P. C. Hooft Award in 1960. From 1962 to 1965 van Vriesland was President of PEN International, the worldwide association of writers.


  • 1915 - De cultureele noodtoestand van het Joodsche volk
  • 1920 - Herman Hana
  • 1925 - Der verlorene Sohn
  • 1926 - Het afscheid van de wereld in drie dagen (published in 1953)
  • 1929 - Voorwaardelijk uitzicht
  • 1933 - Havenstad
  • 1935 - Herhalingsoefeningen
  • 1939 - De ring met de aquamarijn
  • 1939-1954 - Spiegel der Nederlandse poëzie
  • 1946 - Vooronderzoek
  • 1946 - Grondslag van verstandhouding (published in 1947)
  • 1949 - Drievoudig verweer
  • 1949 - Le vent se couche
  • 1952 - Vereenvoudigingen
  • 1954 - De onverzoenlijken
  • 1954 - Kortschrift
  • 1958 - Onderzoek en vertoog
  • 1959 - Tegengif
  • 1962 - Het werkelijkheidsgehalte in de West-Europese literatuur
  • 1968 - Verzamelde gedichten
  • 1972 - Bijbedoelingen


  • Digital library for Dutch literature
Non-profit organization positions
Preceded by
Alberto Moravia
International President of PEN International
Succeeded by
Arthur Miller

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