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by Louis Couperus
by LOUIS COUPERUS translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. Jonathan Cape Eleven Gower Street London. First published 1922 All rights reserved.
by LOUIS COUPERUS translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. Conditions have altered slightly since then-Dutch ladies nolonger wear "sarong" and "kabaai" so generally, and there are otherminor changes-but the relations between the Europeans and the nativesremain very much as they were. I have translated nearly all the Malay and Javanese words scatteredthrough the text, agreeing with my publisher that the sense of colourthroughout the book is strong enough without insisting on these nativeterms, and I have done my best to reduce foot-notes to a minimum.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31. CHAPTER FIFTEEN. He had spoken to Oorip after lunch; and althoughthe maid had at first tried to deny everything, afraid of losingthe sarongs, she had been unable to continue lying and had contentedherself with feeble little protests of "no. And, still earlythat same afternoon, raging with jealousy, he sought out Addie.
rt and thin, the book-keeper,whose thoughts ran only on the year's profits, with his little Armenianwife; the eldest daughter, old already, brown, stupidly ugly, with herfull-blooded Dutch husband, who looked like a peasant.
rt and thin, the book-keeper,whose thoughts ran only on the year's profits, with his little Armenianwife; the eldest daughter, old already, brown, stupidly ugly, with herfull-blooded Dutch husband, who looked like a peasant; the other sonsand daughters, in every shade of brown, not easily to be distinguishedone from the other; around them the children, the grandchildren, thelittle, golden-skinned
1. Books published during Couperus' life. (in Dutch) 'Een vreemde ervaring die Couperus verwerkte in de Stille Kracht', in De Telegraaf, 22 August 1987 – Retrieved on 24 March 2013
Dutch novelist and poet. Louis Couperus in 1917. Louis Marie-Anne Couperus. 1. (in Dutch) 'Een vreemde ervaring die Couperus verwerkte in de Stille Kracht', in De Telegraaf, 22 August 1987 – Retrieved on 24 March 2013. (in Dutch) 'Kunst en letteren', in Algemeen Handelsblad, 14 March 1889. Retrieved on 24 March 2013.
De Stille Kracht ("The hidden force") was a Dutch television series from 1974 based on the novel of the same name by Louis Couperus. The series consisted of three episodes, each of which was eighty minutes long and produced by Algemene Vereniging Radio Omroep (AVRO). It was broadcast from 9 to 23 September and, according to the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, viewed by several million people.
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Publisher: London, Cape Notes: This is an OCR reprint. There may be numerous typos or missing text. There are no illustrations or indexes. The Hidden Force is a 1900 novel by the Dutch writer, L. Couperus. In the novel, the protagonist, Van Oudijck, a Dutch resident, faces his own demise as a result of his inability to see past his Western rationalism.
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