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Joris Note (b. Borgerhout, 1949) is a Belgian writer.

He graduated in Germanic philology and started his career a scientific assistant Algemene Literatuurwetenschap and as a teacher. Together with Walter van den Broeck and Daniel Robberechts he was for several years an editor of the magazine Heibel. He wrote articles for several newspapers and magazines.

Bibliography

  • 1992 - De tinnen soldaat
  • 1995 - Het uur van ongehoorzaamheid
  • 2002 - Timmerwerk
  • 2006 - Hoe ik mijn horloge stuksloeg

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