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Emile Verhaeren

Author Code: OEMV

Born: May 21, 1855 - Saint Amand, Belgium

Died: Nov. 27, 1916 - Rouen, France

Educated at the Jesuit College of Sainte Barbe and the University of Leuven where he studied law, Verhaeren worked for a criminal lawyer as a trainee for a number of years before turning to a career in literature. In 1883, he published his first book of verse, Les Flamandes. Although Belgian, Verhaeren had become a Francophile through the Jesuits and the majority of his work was written in French. His book was very successful, but he followed with a number of less successful ones. In 1891, he married the artist Marthe Massin and was inspired by her. In 1898, he produced his first play, Les Aubes, which was popular at the time. By 1900, Verhaeren had become world-famous and his work had been translated into all the major languages. He spent the first years of the First World War in England. Returning to the continent in 1916, he died while trying to board a moving train in Rouen. His other works include Les Moines (1886), Les Soirs (1888), Les Debacles (1888), Les Heures Claires (1896), Les Visages de la Vie (1899), La Multiple Splendeur (1906), Les Rythmes Souverains (1910), Les Ailes Rouges de la Guerre (1916) and Les Flammes Hautes (1917 Posthumous).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
OEMV002 Evening Hours
  Ah, We Are Happy Still and Proud to Live
  Alas the Time of Crimson Phlox Is past
  Alas, Must We Accept the Weight of Years
  All Little Facts, the Things of No Account
  Be Kind and Comforting to Us
  Clasped About My Neck and Harbouring My Breast
  Come to Our Threshold Now, Oh Snow
  Dead Is the Glycin and the Hawthorne Flower
  Draw Your Chair to Mine
  The Evening Falls, the Moon Is Gold
  Fallen Is the Leafage from Above
  If Fate Has Saved Us from the Banal Sins
  If it Be True
  No, My Soul Has Never Tired of You!
  Our Hearts Once Burned in Joyous Days
  Perhaps
  Tender Flowers
  That Very Love Which Made You Be for me
  This Wrinkled Winter When the Ruined Sun
  Those Dear Welcoming Flowers along the Wall's Extent
  When Our Clear Garden Lifted up its Flow'rs
  When the Diamond Grains of Fresh Snow
  When the Star-lit Heaven Broods Above Our House
  When You Shall Close These Eyes of Mine to Light
  When You Store Away in Fragrant Shelves
  With Withered Hands I Touch Your Brow
1918 Posthumous 27 178k eBook Download PDF - 'Evening Hours' (OEMV002) Find a printed copy of Evening Hours by Emile Verhaeren at AbeBooks
OEMV001 Poems
  As in the Guileless, Golden Age, My Heart
  The Bell-Ringer
  The Ferryman
  The Fishermen
  The Gardens
  The Glory of the Heavens
  The Grave-digger
  In Hours Like These, When Through Our Dream of Bliss
  Joy
  Life
  Oh, Splendour of Our Joy and Our Delight
  Rain
  The Rope-Maker
  She of the Garden
  The Silence
  The Snow
  St. George
  That We May Love Each Other Through Our Eyes
  The Wind
1915 37 222k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems' (OEMV001) Find a printed copy of Poems by Emile Verhaeren at AbeBooks

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