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Charles Ducal

Charles Ducal (1952-) is a Dutch-speaking Belgian poet. He lives in Leuven and is a language teacher. His poetry collections include Het huwelijk (Marriage), (De Arbeiderspers, Amsterdam, 1987) De hertog en ik (The Duke and I), (De Arbeiderspers, Amsterdam, 1989), Moedertaal (Mother Tongue), (Atlas, Amsterdam, 1994), Naar de aarde (Toward Earth), (Atlas, Amsterdam, 1998), In inkt gewassen (Washed in Ink), (Atlas, Amsterdam, 2006), and Toegedekt met een liedje (Covered with a song), (Atlas, Amsterdam, 2009). He is the winner of the Prize of the Flemish Guide (1991) the Lucy B. en C.W. van der Hoogt Prize (1991) the Prize of the Flemish Provinces (1997), and the Herman de Coninck Prize (2007)

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