Marc Quaghebeur

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Marc Quaghebeur (born Tournai, 1947) is a Belgian poet and essayist.[1] He is director of the Archives and Museum of Literature in Brussels.[2] He has a truly Belgian surname. It derives from Dutch Kwagebeur and has been adapted to the French spelling tradition.

Poetry[edit]

  • Forclaz, Paris, P-J. Oswald, 1976.
  • L’herbe seule, Lausanne, L’Âge d’homme, 1979.
  • Chiennelures, Montpellier, Fata Morgana, 1983.
  • L’outrage, Montpellier, Fata Morgana, 1987.
  • Oiseaux, Amay, L’Arbre à Paroles, 1983.
  • A la morte, Montpellier, Fata Morgana, 1990.
  • Les vieilles, Liège, Tétras-Lyre, 1991.
  • Les carmes du Saulchoir, Toulouse, L’Ether vague, 1993.
  • Fins de siècle, Amay, L’Arbre à Paroles, 1994.
  • L’effroi L’errance, Soumagne, Tétras-Lyre, 1994.

Essays[edit]

  • Balises pour l’histoire de nos lettres, Brussels, Promotion des Lettres, 1982.
  • Un pays d’irréguliers, Brussels, Labor (Archives du futur), 1990 (with Véronique Jago and Jean-Pierre Verheggen).
  • Lettres belges. Entre absence et magie, Brussels, Labor (Archives du futur), 1990.

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