Yvonne Keuls

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Yvonne Keuls

Yvonne Keuls (Batavia (Jakarta), December 17, 1931) is a Dutch Indo writer. She writes novels about social problems, as well as about herself and her family. Her writing style is realistic and sometimes humorous. Her work has received several awards. Early the early 1970s, Keuls became a permanent panellist in the NCRV quiz show, Like father, like son, and the variation, Like mother, like daughter, Like mother, like son, and Like father, like daughter. In the 1980s, she took part in the NCRV's panel program. Keuls is married with children.[1] Her filmography includes Jan Rap en Z'n Maat.[2]

Work translated in English

Works

  • Onbegonnen werk (1967)
  • Jan Rap en z'n maat (1977)
  • Keuls potje (1979)
  • Een doekje voor het bloeden (1980)
  • Keulsiefjes (1980)
  • De moeder van David S., geboren 3 juli 1959 (1980)
  • Kleine muizen (1981)
  • Regenwormen (1981)
  • Het verrotte leven van Floortje Bloem (1982)
  • Annie Berber en het verdriet van een tedere crimineel (1985)
  • De arrogantie van de macht (1986)
  • Daniël Maandag (1988)
  • De tocht van het kind (1990)
  • Meneer en mevrouw zijn gek (1992)
  • Lowietjes smartengeld of: Het gebit van mijn moeder (1995)
  • Keulsiefjes (1996)
  • Mevrouw mijn moeder (1999)
  • Dochters (1999)
  • Indische Tantes (2001)
  • Madame K: Van Indisch kind tot Haagse dame (2001)
  • Familiegedoe (2004)
  • Benjamins bruid (2008)
  • Allemaal beestjes (2009)

References

  1. ^ Kay, Ernest (1989). The International authors and writers who's who. International Biographical Centre. p. 330. ISBN 978-0-900332-88-3. Retrieved 13 October 2011. 
  2. ^ "Yvonne Keuls". The New York Times. Retrieved 14 October 2011. 

External links

  • Official website (Dutch language)
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