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Vondel

/Dutch ˈvɔndəl/
noun
1.
Joost van den (ˈjoːst vɑn dən). 1587–1679, Dutch poet and dramatist, author of the Biblical plays Lucifer (1654), Adam in Exile (1664), and Noah (1667)
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  • And, then, was he not also vondel's rival for the hand of Tesselschade?

    Vondel's Lucifer Joost van den Vondel
  • vondel, too, in his first period was influenced by the idiom of Brabant.

  • To whom vondel was indebted for the foundation of his tremendous drama is easily ascertained.

    Vondel's Lucifer Joost van den Vondel
  • But vondel is the one who is most likely to have impressed him.

    Amenities of Literature Isaac Disraeli
  • Save among the clergy, vondel's Romanism seemed now no longer to cause much comment.

    Vondel's Lucifer Joost van den Vondel
  • When vondel first conceived the plan of writing this tragedy is not known.

    Vondel's Lucifer Joost van den Vondel
  • Her friendship with Hooft and vondel remained unbroken; and we shall have occasion to meet her again.

    Vondel's Lucifer Joost van den Vondel
  • May this translation, therefore, aid in the spreading of vondel's fame.

    Vondel's Lucifer Joost van den Vondel
  • My desire has been to give vondel; and vondel is a sufficient justification.

    Vondel's Lucifer Joost van den Vondel
  • Brief mention must also be made of vondel's last religious poems.

    Vondel's Lucifer Joost van den Vondel

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