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Paul de Vree (Antwerp, November 13 1909 - April 25 1982) was a Flemish avant-garde literary theorist and poet, one of the first to take an interest in visual and sound poetry in the post-war period. His works include "Vertigo gli", "Veronika", "Ogenblik" "Kleine Caroli", "Een roos a rose", "Organon" "Revolutie" and "April am Rheine". Some of his work was released by Henri Chopin.

His nephew was radiomaker Freddy de Vree.



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