Maeterlinck, Count Maurice
- (1862–1949) Belgian poet and dramatist; awarded Nobel Prize in Literature (1911).
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Maeterlinck,Count Maurice — Mae·ter·linck (māʹtər lĭngk , mĕtʹər , mä tĕr lăɴʹ), Count Maurice. 1862 1949. Belgian writer of poetry, a wide variety of essays, and symbolic dramas, including Pelléas et Mélisande (1892). He won the 1911 Nobel Prize for literature. * * * … Universalium
Count Maurice Maeterlinck — noun Belgian playwright (1862 1949) • Syn: ↑Maeterlinck • Instance Hypernyms: ↑dramatist, ↑playwright … Useful english dictionary
Maurice Maeterlinck — Born Maurice Polydore Marie Bernard 29 August 1862(1862 08 29) Ghent, Belgium Died 6 May 1949( … Wikipedia
Maeterlinck — [māt′ər liŋk΄, met′ər liŋk] Count Maurice 1862 1949; Belgian playwright, essayist, & poet … English World dictionary
Maeterlinck — noun Belgian playwright (1862 1949) • Syn: ↑Count Maurice Maeterlinck • Instance Hypernyms: ↑dramatist, ↑playwright … Useful english dictionary
Maeterlinck, Maurice — ▪ Belgian author in full Maurice Polydore Marie Bernard Maeterlinck, also called (from 1932) Comte Maeterlinck born August 29, 1862, Ghent, Belgium died May 6, 1949, Nice, France Belgian Symbolist poet, playwright, and essayist who won … Universalium
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