TITLE

Jean Dominique (1873-1952)

AUTHOR(S)
Cochran, Judy; Linkhorn, Renée
PUB. DATE
January 2000
SOURCE
Belgian Women Poets: An Anthology;2000, Vol. 11, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article profiles Belgian poet Jean Dominique. The choice to write under a pseudonym reflects the poet's desire for privacy, which may account for the relative lack of attention paid to her work. She graduated from a highly-respected private Teachers' College in Brussels, Belgium. During her lifetime, she acquired a reputation for recitations of both her own poems and works by French poets as well as Shakespeare in French translation.
ACCESSION #
21105761

 

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