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'''Gerbrand Adriaensz Bredero''' ([[March 16]], [[1585]] - [[August 23]], [[1618]]) was a [[Netherlands|Dutch]] [[poet]] and [[playwright]] in the period known as the [[Dutch Golden Age]]. '''Gerbrand Adriaensz Bredero''' ([[March 16]], [[1585]] - [[August 23]], [[1618]]) was a [[Netherlands|Dutch]] [[poet]] and [[playwright]] in the period known as the [[Dutch Golden Age]].
==Plays== ==Plays==
-* ''Rodd'rick ende Alphonsus'' (first performed in 1611<ref name="schenkeveld"/>)+* ''Rodd'rick ende Alphonsus'' (first performed in 1611)
-* ''Griane'' (first performed in 1612<ref name="schenkeveld"/>)+* ''Griane'' (first performed in 1612)
* ''Klucht van de Koe'' * ''Klucht van de Koe''
* ''Klucht van de Molenaer'' * ''Klucht van de Molenaer''
-* ''Moortje'' (first performed in 1615<ref name="schenkeveld"/>)+* ''Moortje'' (first performed in 1615)
-* ''Lucelle'' (first performed circa 1616<ref name="schenkeveld"/>)+* ''Lucelle'' (first performed circa 1616)
-* ''Spaansen Brabander'' (''Spanish Brabanter''; first performed in 1617<ref name="schenkeveld"/>)+* ''[[Spaansen Brabander]]'' (''Spanish Brabanter''; first performed in 1617)
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Gerbrand Adriaensz Bredero (March 16, 1585 - August 23, 1618) was a Dutch poet and playwright in the period known as the Dutch Golden Age.

Plays

  • Rodd'rick ende Alphonsus (first performed in 1611)
  • Griane (first performed in 1612)
  • Klucht van de Koe
  • Klucht van de Molenaer
  • Moortje (first performed in 1615)
  • Lucelle (first performed circa 1616)
  • Spaansen Brabander (Spanish Brabanter; first performed in 1617)




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