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 Alice Nahon

Alice Nahon

Birth
Antwerp, Arrondissement Antwerpen, Antwerp (Antwerpen), Belgium
Death 21 May 1933 (aged 36)
Antwerp, Arrondissement Antwerpen, Antwerp (Antwerpen), Belgium
Burial Antwerp, Arrondissement Antwerpen, Antwerp (Antwerpen), Belgium
Memorial ID 7042 · View Source
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Poet. Born in Antwerp, Belgium, she was a student nurse at the Stuivenberg hospital when she published her first two collections of poems "Vondelingskens" (1920) and "Op zachte vooizekens" (1921). In January 1923, she left Belgium, to be treated for tuberculosis at a sanatoria in Switzerland, where she was cured shortly after her arrival and she returned to Antwerp. In 1927, she became town librarian in Mechelen, continued writing and released her collection of poems titled "Schaduw" (1928). Her other works included "Anthology of Alice Nahon" (1926), "Alice Nahon en haar gedichten" (1932) and "Maart-April" (1936), published after her death. She died at age 36 in in the Carnotstraat, Belgium.

Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith


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  • Added: 22 Nov 1999
  • Find A Grave Memorial 7042
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Alice Nahon (16 Aug 1896–21 May 1933), Find A Grave Memorial no. 7042, citing Antwerpen Schoonselhof Communal Cemetery, Antwerp, Arrondissement Antwerpen, Antwerp (Antwerpen), Belgium ; Maintained by Find A Grave .