Véra Feyder (1939)

January 2000
Belgian Women Poets: An Anthology;2000, Vol. 11, p305
The article features poet, novelist and playwright, Véra Feyder. She was born in Liege shortly before the outbreak of the second World War. Her mother was a Belgian of Serbian origin, her father a Jewish immigrant from Poland who died in a nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz when Véra was still very young. Feyder was awarded several literary prizes for poetry, as well as for a novel and a number of her plays. Véra Feyder is a great defender of human rights and is particularly sensitive to human and animal suffering.


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