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gorter, herman

outstanding Dutch poet of the 1880 literary revival, a movement nourished by aesthetic and "art for art's sake" ideals. Gorter's early poetry, with its sensuous imagery and alluring air of spontaneity, embodies and often transcends the aesthetic ideals of the movement

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