Etty Hillesum and the river IJssel

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Etty Hillesum is known for the diaries she wrote in the years 1941-1942 and for her letters from Westerbork transit camp. Ideological and philosophical issues are the main topics in her work. In the diaries she recalls her walks along the IJssel and her cycling trips in the Deventer area, where she spent part of her childhood. As an artist and photographer Wicher Naberman made many photo’s of the river. In this book quotes of Etty and photo’s of Wicher blend into each other and both become stronger.

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Etty Hillesum was impressed by her experiences of silence, infinite space and freedom when she walked along the river IJssel. In her diaries and letters she refers often to the IJssel. She tells about her experiences of peace, spaciousness and freedom in the landscape. The descriptions of the IJssel landscape also play an important role in the reflections on her own inner self.

Language

Dutch, English

Binding method

Hardback

Author(s)

Denise de Costa, Etty Hillesum, Wicher Naberman

Designer

Studio Metz-Naberman, Welsum

Dimensions

29,7 x 21 cm

Pages

54

Publisher

De Jonge Beth

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