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Verhaeren

/vɜːˈhɑːrən/
noun
1.
Émile. 1855–1916, Belgian poet, writing in French. His works include the collections Les Flamandes (1883), Les Soirs (1887), and Les Visages de la Vie (1899)
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  • And here again, with the vision of genius, verhaeren approaches Greek feeling.

    mile Verhaeren Stefan Zweig
  • Different again in this from verhaeren, he is absolute master of his language.

    The Book of Masks Remy de Gourmont
  • verhaeren was from the very first an eminently religious man.

    mile Verhaeren Stefan Zweig
  • Let us refuse, verhaeren, to make common cause with this destiny.

    Romain Rolland Stefan Zweig
  • Even in those days Maeterlinck contributed to a literary review, and like verhaeren, he studied for the bar.

    The Spell of Belgium Isabel Anderson
  • And, to-night, it was as if verhaeren had written for him and him alone.

    Shadows of Flames Amelie Rives
  • In verhaeren these conditions of the threefold work of art are accomplished in full.

    mile Verhaeren Stefan Zweig
  • Monks are for verhaeren heroic symbols of I mighty periods in the past.

    mile Verhaeren Stefan Zweig
  • Within the same hour he wrote to verhaeren, Germany's bitterest foe.

    Romain Rolland Stefan Zweig
  • And so, thus early in his career, verhaeren is forced away from the picturesque.

    mile Verhaeren Stefan Zweig

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