Vriesland, Victor Emanuel van

(b. 1892)
   Dutch writer. Born in Haarlem, he studied French liter-ature in Dijon. He became editor of a number of Dutch literary journals and in 1931 literary editor of the Dutch newspaper Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Courant. He published poetry, a novel and critical essays.

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