Max Waller (writer)

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Léopold Nicolas Maurice Édouard Warlomont (24 February 1860, Brussels - 6 March 1889, Saint-Gilles), was a Belgian poet, critic, novelist, and playwright, best known under his pen name, Max Waller.

He was one of the founders of the literary review La Jeune Belgique in 1881.[1] At the beginning of his career he published under several noms de plumes: Olivier, Peter Corneille, Jacques (in the literary journal La Nation), Rimaille and Siebel,[2] before adopting the pseudonym Max Waller.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Encyclopædia Britannica Max Waller
  2. ^ "Max Waller, Critique, romancier, nouvelliste, auteur dramatique…". Archived from the original on 2017-04-27. Retrieved 2012-03-20.

Sources[edit]

  • Paul André, Max Waller et La Jeune Belgique, Bruxelles, Le Thyrse/Librairie Vanderlinden, 1905, 155 p.

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