Hugues C. Pernath  

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Hugues C. Pernath (pseudonym of Hugo Wouters, 15 August 1931 in Borgerhout – 4 June 1975 in Borgerhout) was a Belgian writer. Together with Paul Snoek, he founded the avant garde magazine Gard Sivik, and he was a member of the Pink Poets. The literary award Hugues C. Pernath-prijs is named after him.

Bibliography

  • Het uur Marat (1958)
  • De adem ik (1960)
  • Het masker man (1960)
  • Soldatenbrieven (1961)
  • Hedendaags (1963)
  • Instrumentarium voor een winter (1963)
  • Mijn gegeven woord (1966)
  • De acht hoofdzonden (1970)
  • Exodus (1970)
  • Mijn tegenstem (1973)

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