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Jan Steyn reviews Even Now in The Quarterly Conversation

“Hugo Claus (1928-2008) has with good reason been called the single most important figure in Flemish letters, a giant of Post-War European literature, and among finest to ever use the Dutch language. His acclaim is not limited to his native Belgium, or to the larger Dutch-speaking world…. Claus seems to be one of those rare prolific authors whose talent shines through in everything he does.”

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