Introduction: The Return of the Author to the Field of Dutch Studies

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ReferencesBax, Sander. 2015. De Mulisch Mythe. Harry Mulisch: schrijver, intellectueel, icoon. Amsterdam: Meulenhoff._____. 2017a. “Playing God. Harry Mulisch (1927-2010).” Idolizing Authorship. Literary Celebrity and the Construction of Identity, 1800 to the Present. Eds. Gaston Franssen and Rick Honings. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 192-215._____. 2 Oct. 2017(b). “Over de mediastorm rondom Griet Op de Beecks publieke bekentenis. Leven in de openbaarheid.” Diggit Magazine. 3 Dec. 2017. <www.diggitmagazine.com/articles/leven-de-openbaarheid>._____. 8 Nov. 2017(c). “Charlotte Mutsaers: ‘Ik ben een verteller, die mode dat alles waar moet zijn, daar heb ik niets mee.’ Over fi ctie, ironie en de mediastrategie van Charlotte Mutsaers.” Diggit Magazine. 14 Dec. 2017. <www.diggitmagazine.com/articles/charlotte-mutsaers-ik-ben-een-verteller-die-mode-datalles-waar-moet-zijn-daar-heb--ik-niets>.Bax, Sander and Odile Heynders. 2016. “Imaginary Scenarios. Literature and Democracy in Europe.” Pivot: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies and Thought 5(1): 247-276.Bouwmeester, Gerard, Nina Geerdink, and Laurens Ham. 2015. “Een veelstemmig verhaal. Auteurschap in de Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse literatuur.” Nederlandse Letterkunde 20: 215-236.Braber, Helleke van den. 2002. Geven om te krijgen. Literair mecenaat in Nederland tussen 1900 en 1940. Nijmegen: Vantilt.Franssen, Gaston. 2010. “Literary Celebrity and the Discourse on Authorship in Dutch Literature.” Journal of Dutch Literature 1: 91-113.Franssen, Gaston and Rick Honings, eds. 2016. Celebrity Authorship and Afterlives in English and American Literature. Basingstoke:

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