Carry van Bruggen

The work of Carry van Bruggen (1881-1932) is akin to that of writers such as George Bernard Shaw, Henrik Ibsen, Anatole France, and John Galsworthy, with their search for a personal and binding vision that could serve to explore and clarify human existence.


About the Author

Van Bruggen didn’t live to enjoy the recognition she deserved and ultimately received. Eva was the last book she wrote and only five years after its publication she died in the institution where she had been regularly admitted as a result of her depressions.

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