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Marcellus Emants (Voorburg, August 12 1848Baden (Switzerland), October 14 1923) was a Dutch writer. He is one of the few examples of naturalists of Dutch literature and regarded as a forerunner of the Tachtigers. His best known book is A Posthumous Confession from 1894.

Life

His third marriage was with German actress Jenny Kuhn which begot one daughter, Eva Clara Jenny (July 14 1909 's Gravenhage, August 8 1985 Velp), who went on to call herself Lilith, after her father' epic poem of the same name.

Bibliography

  • Juliaan de Afvallige (1874)
  • Op reis door Zweden (1877)
  • Een drietal novellen (1879)
  • Lilith (1879)
  • Jong Holland (1881)
  • Godenschemering (1883)
  • Véleda (1883)
  • Langs den Nijl (1884)
  • Goudakker's illusiën (1885)
  • Uit Spanje (1886)
  • Adolf van Gelre (1888)
  • Jonge harten (1888)
  • Juffrouw Lina (1888)
  • Fatsoen (1890)
  • Haar zuster (1890)
  • Dood (1892)
  • Lichte kost (1892)
  • Een nagelaten bekentenis (1894)
  • Hij (1894)
  • Onder ons (1894)
  • Artiest (1895)
  • Een kriezis (1897)
  • Loevesteijn (1898)
  • Op zee (1899)
  • Vijftig (1899)
  • Inwijding (1901)
  • Een nieuwe leus (1902)
  • In de praktijk (1903)
  • Waan (1905)
  • Loki (1906)
  • Domheidsmacht (1907)
  • Godenschemering (1910, bewerking)
  • Liefdeleven (1916)
  • Om de mensen (1917)
  • Mensen (1920)
  • Geuren (1924)

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