C Buddingh'


C. BUDDINGH’ (1918–1985) was a Dutch poet, essayist and translator, who is now most famous for his Gorgle Rhymes, a series of nonsense poems that he began writing during the war. Buddingh’s translations included works by Shakespeare and poems by W.H. Auden.

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