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Mathilda (Til) Brugman (16 September 1888, Amsterdam - 24 July 1958, Gouda) was a Dutch poet and linguist.

From 1926 to 1936 she lived in The Hague and later in Berlin with the German Dada artist Hannah Höch.

In 1935 she published Scheingehacktes: Grotesken mit Zeichnungen von Hannah Höch. In 1952 she received the Marianne Philips Prize for her work.





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