1. Adriaan Morriën - Handwritten letter to Ms. Dorren, dated (3 December 1943) and signed - manuscript in black ink, 17 lines recto and 12 lines verso on unlined writing paper 24 × 15 cm - the letter in folded once lengthwise and widthwise; good condition
He thanks her for being invited to give a short lecture on Slauerhoff to her students. Or about the creation of a poem. Or “to give an overview of the attitude to life as expressed in Dutch poetry since 1880”.
Ms. Dorren was a Dutch teacher at the Montessori Lyceum in Rotterdam. She also corresponded with Fred Batten and apparently invited Dutch writers to attend her school to deliver lectures to students.
In his letter Morriën mentions his friend from Wassenaar. That must be Fred Batten, who lived in Wassenaar at the time.
2. Adriaan Morriën - Typewritten reading report of a work by Paul Snoek (‘Goelaski of het verhaal van een zwerver’) with a few corrections and typesetting instructions in handwriting, monogrammed (A.M.) - 1 sheet of typing paper, 27.5 × 21 cm, only recto - two perforation holes on the left; someone wrote “Rapport Adriaan Morriën van Bezige Bij” and a year (1957) in pencil; otherwise good.
Morriën doesn't see much in the book: “it's all a bit unclear”. His advice is that the author himself should take care of the publication of his book. As far as I know, it was never published.
- Carta autógrafa firmada (ALS)
- Número de libros
- Literatura, Manuscritos
- Autor/ Ilustrador
- Adriaan Morriën
- Título del libro
- Een handgeschreven brief en een leesrapport
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- Primera edición
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