Monique Thomassettie (1946)

January 2000
Belgian Women Poets: An Anthology;2000, Vol. 11, p365
The article features author Monique Thomassettie from Brussels, Belgium, who writes poetry, short stories, other prose text and plays. She began to write poetry at the age of sixteen and one of her pieces caught the attention of a young writer, Gérard Adam,her future husband. Her poetry alludes to Old Testament symbols and she evokes allegorical figures and fairy tale personae. Another aspect of her work reveals her love of nature and her respect for living things.


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