BOHLMEIJER, Arno. Dutch, b. 1956. Genres: Novels, Adult non-fiction, Literary criticism and history. Career: University of Nymegen, Netherlands, teacher of English and French, 1978-92; freelance writer, 1993-. Publications: NOVELS: Something Very Sorry, 1996. Author of novels for adults and for children in various European languages. OTHER: The Intruder: A Jungian Study of Henry James, 1987; To an Angel Who's New, 2002. Address: 208 De Waarden, 7206 GN, Zutphen, Netherlands.
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