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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]].+'''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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* [[1966]] - [[Poëzieprijs van de gemeente Amsterdam]] voor ''Een klok en profil'' * [[1966]] - [[Poëzieprijs van de gemeente Amsterdam]] voor ''Een klok en profil''

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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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