Ina Boudier-Bakker

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Boudier-Bakker, Ina


Born Apr. 15, 1875, in Amsterdam; died Dec. 26, 1966, in Utrecht. Dutch writer.

Boudier-Bakker’s first collection of stories was Powers (1902). The novels Poverty (1909), The Little Mirror (1917), The Street (1924), and A Knock at the Door (1930) portray the spiritual impoverishment of the Dutch bourgeoisie. Boudier-Bakker wrote the novel Finale (1937); the plays The Promised Land (1903), A Higher Law (1906), and The Flood (1926); the collections of stories Children (1905) and Paul (1936); and the poetry collection Attention! (1946), which was written during the Hitlerite occupation. The novel Gold From Straw (1949) describes the life of the Dutch bourgeoisie in the 19th century.


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De straat, 5th ed. Amsterdam, 1967.
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It is provided by the novel Vrouw Jacob ('Lady Jack', known as Jacqueline of Hainaut in English and Jacoba van Beieren in Dutch) by Ina Boudier-Bakker, which appeared in 1935.
In this, he is setting himself apart from the mainstream of writers, including Ina Boudier-Bakker, who set their work in the past.
Ina Boudier-Bakker stands completely apart from this translation of patriotic values into genre and style, but she, too, understands that in this critical period it will not be enough accept traditional notions of Dutchness, particularly when they exclude half the population.