J. J. Voskuil
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Johannes Jacobus (Han) Voskuil (1 July 1926, The Hague – 1 May 2008, Amsterdam) was a Dutch novelist known best for his epic cycle of novels Het Bureau. In 1997 he won the Ferdinand Bordewijk Prijs for his novels Meneer Beerta and Vuile handen, and in 1998 the Libris Prize for Het bureau 3: Plankton.
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