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Much of his work remains untranslated into English. Godfried Bomans was born in The Hague and grew up in and around Haarlem , where his father had a law office. Already as a pupil in high school Bomans showed literary interest; he became editor of school newspapers and published short stories, even in literary and student magazines. He originally studied law at the University of Amsterdam —; LL.

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Much of his work remains untranslated into English. Godfried Bomans was born in The Hague and grew up in and around Haarlem , where his father had a law office. Already as a pupil in high school Bomans showed literary interest; he became editor of school newspapers and published short stories, even in literary and student magazines. He originally studied law at the University of Amsterdam —; LL.

In he quit his studies and moved back to Haarlem. There he helped save a number of Jews, for which he received the distinction Righteous Among the Nations.

He is best known for his books of modern-day fairy tales and his short, humorous pieces full of wit, parody and mild irony. In he began an artist's club in Haarlem called Teisterbant , that became better known for its literary influences rather than other arts. He was friends with leading Haarlem artists and writers, and was "best man" for local artist Anton Heyboer in He was a widely read author in the s and s, but he is not mentioned in most histories of Dutch literature and did not receive a single literary prize.

Nevertheless, a seven-volume edition of his collected Works was published between and His phantasy book Erik, or the Little Insect Book , widely read during the German occupation of the Netherlands — , was made into a film in These were syndicalized in the then Catholic newspaper de Volkskrant.

For that paper he also wrote a unique two-column column on the front page on Saturdays, until a row with the then editor Jan van der Pluym in , who wanted to break loose from the paper's Catholic background, put an end to that. Aside from his fairy tales and humorous books, Bomans also produced numerous collections of essays and criticism.

His radio and television appearances were mainly in the role of an eccentric wit on discussion panels and in game shows. He was one of the first writers in the Netherlands to appear regularly on television.

He became a media personality, a new phenomenon in the late fifties and early sixties of the 20th century. This contributed to his popularity, but hardly to any respect among the 'critical' literary elite who frowned upon these less serious appearances.

A memorable event in the history of Dutch television was a live comment by Bomans. One of the performing artists was Marlene Dietrich [1]. Bomans stood next to the diva that he admired and told a frolicking anecdote ending with the famous line attributed by him in this anecdote to a mumbling "very old little man" sitting next to him in the cinema : "I wish my wife had just one leg like that He was also well-known and admired for his Sinterklaas -stories and impersonations.

Being a staunch admirer of the works of Charles Dickens , he was a founder member in of the Haarlem Branch of the Dickens Fellowship , of which he became a Life President later on. An anthology of his collected writings on Dickens was published posthumously in February Bomans died on 22 December at Bloemendaal , aged 58, from a heart attack and was buried on 24 December on the Sint-Adelbertskerkhof Saint Adelbert Cemetery in Bloemendaal.

In , the IAU decided to baptize asteroid "Bomans". This asteroid was discovered on 15 September by the American astronomer of Dutch descent Tom Gehrels and its name was suggested by the Haarlem book collector Mrs. Loes Timmerman. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

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Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you'll like this book. The ones I read were light with some spunky girls and funny moments. They seemed to be good for reading to younger children. As far as I could tell from the cover notes, these aren't folktales, but stories that Bomans conceived of and wrote himself. Which by no means makes them bad, just of less interest to me currently.

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