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Annel de Noré

Annel de Noré tijdens optreden in Winternachten 2002 - foto Serge Ligtenberg
Annel de Noré tijdens optreden in Winternachten 2002 - foto Serge Ligtenberg

(Paramaribo, 1950). De Noré works as a teacher in Surinam. Her first work was the novel De bruine zeemeermin (The Brown Mermaid, 2000). She was awarded a prize for the unpublished manuscript of this work in a contest held by the Dutch Embassy in Venezuela, for all of the Caribbean. The jury, presided by Frank Martinus Arion, was unanimous. In The Netherlands she was nominated for the Zami Award 2000, and her novel was being reprinted within a year..
Source: de Knipscheer 2001

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  • Winternachten 2002 – Winternacht 2

    Every Bakra his Own Mistress

    To add a little color to a very Dutch relation, teacher Theo from the Dutch town Hoorn, begins a relationship with a Surinam woman in Joost Zwagerman's novel De buitenvrouw (The Mistress). Surinam writer and teacher Annel de Noré, Frank Martinus Arion (Curaçao) and Zwagerman discussed these notions with the theme of the novel as a starting point. Dutch spoken.

  • Tournee NL 2002

    Winternachten Den Bosch

    With: Annel de Noré, Antjie Krog, Ayu Utami, Ed van Eeden, Hagar Peeters

    How do women write about love? Female writers from four continents spoke about the way they describe passion and love in their prose and poetry. "Love builds itself a Hell, in spite of Heaven.", writes Annel de Noré from Surinam. "An end to writing poetry on love for today", states poet Hagar Peeters, when writing threatens to replace love itself. An evening in Theater Bis in Den Bosch.

  • Tournee NL 2002

    Winternachten Utrecht

    With: Annel de Noré, Ayu Utami, Ed van Eeden, Frank Martinus Arion, Manon Uphoff

    Love builds itself a Hell, in spite of Heaven. This motto of the Surinamese writer Annel de Noré sounds wonderful, but wouldn't we all like to know what that hell would look like? Does the underworld know its limits, geografical and sexual? Does it acknowledge traditions and cultural differences, and, above all, is everyone allowed to do it with everyone else or is this hell a place of sexual abstainers? Four authors from four continents discussed these questions. An evening in Boekhandel Broese, organized in co-operation with Stichting Literaire Activiteiten Utrecht.