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Ernest Claes

Ernest Claes

Andreas Ernestus Josephus Claes (24 October 1885 in Zichem - 2 September 1968 in Elsene) was a Flemish author.

Some of his works are written under the pseudonym G. van Hasselt

He married the Dutch-born writer Stephanie Vetter.

Works

  • Naar het kasteel (published in "De Groene Linde") (1905)
  • Uit mijn dorpken (1906)
  • Het proza van Potgieter (thesis) (1910)
  • De fanfare van de Sint-Jansvrienden (1910)
  • Uit mijn soldatentijd (1917)
  • Bei uns in Deutschland (1919)
  • Namen 1914 (1919)
  • Oorlogsnovellen (1919)
  • De Witte (1920)
  • Sichemsche novellen (1921)
  • De vulgaire geschiedenis van Charelke Dop (1923)
  • Kiki (1925)
  • Het leven van Herman Coene (1925-1930)
  • Wannes Raps (1926)
  • De heiligen van Sichem (1931)
  • De geschiedenis van Black (1932)
  • De wonderbare tocht (1933)
  • Kobeke (1933)
  • Pastoor Campens zaliger (1935)
  • Van den os en den ezel (1937)
  • Reisverhaal (1938)
  • De moeder en de drie soldaten (1939)
  • Clementine (1940)
  • Jeugd (1940)
  • Langs harde paden (1940)
  • Herodes (1942)
  • Kerstnacht in de gevangenis (1946)
  • De oude moeder (1946)
  • Gerechtelijke dwaling (1947)
  • De oude klok (1947)
  • Jeroom en Benzamien (1947)
  • Sinterklaas in de Hemel en op de Aarde (1947)
  • Die schone tijd (1949)
  • Daar is een mens verdronken (1950)
  • Studentenkosthuis 'bij Fien Janssens' (1950)
  • Peter en Polly (1950)
  • Floere, het Fluwijn (1951)
  • Het leven en de dood van Victalis van Gille (1951)
  • Cel 269 (1952)
  • Voor de open poort (1952)
  • De nieuwe ambtenaar (1952)
  • Het was lente (1953)
  • Ik en mijn lezers (1955)
  • Dit is de sproke van broederke Valentijn (1956)
  • Twistgesprek tussen Demer en Schelde (1957)
  • Ik was student (1957)
  • Ik en mijn boeken (1957)
  • Leuven, o dagen, schone dagen (1958)
  • De mannen van toen (1959)
  • Ik en de Witte (1960)
  • Voordrachtgevers zijn avonturiers (1962)
  • Mijnheer Albert (1965)
  • De klanten van pastoor Campens zaliger (1965)
  • Daske (1965)
  • Schone herinneringen (1966)
  • Uit de dagboeken van Ernest Claes (1981)
  • Uit de dagboeken van Ernest Claes: het afscheid (1983)

See also

  • Flemish literature
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