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* [[2005]] - ''Waar was je nou'' (ISBN 9021480182) (Genomineerd voor de [[Gouden Doerian]]) * [[2005]] - ''Waar was je nou'' (ISBN 9021480182) (Genomineerd voor de [[Gouden Doerian]])
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-* [http://www.dbnl.nl/auteurs/auteur.php?id=schi029 K. Schippers in de Digitale Bibliotheek voor de Nederlandse Letteren]+
-*http://www.dbnl.org/tekst/kort006isvo01_01/kort006isvo01_01_0185.htm+
-*http://www.querido.nl/boekboek/show/id=85820 ... de vierde foto (kolom 1 rij 2)+
-*http://www.nlpvf.nl/basic/auteur1.php?Author_ID=228+
-*http://www.inktaap.be/www/scripts/recensie.php?bookid=2&reviewid=20+
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K. Schippers (Amsterdam, November 6 1936) is a Dutch writer, cultural and art critic, as well as and co-founder of Barbarber, which wrote in the 1960s about Tati, Laurel & Hardy, Krazy Kat.

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