Category:Aristide von Bienefeldt

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English: Aristide von Bienefeldt (born 24 October 1964) is the pseudonym of a Dutch writer whose first novel - Bekentenissen van een Stamhouder ("Confessions of a Son and Heir") - was both praised and criticized by the Dutch and the Flemish press because of its explicit homosexual passages ("Unquestionably written by a master’s hand", Haarlems Dagblad, "His style is unbelievably good for a débutant", Nederlands Dagblad, "A respectable publishing house wouldn’t have bothered to send this piece of trash back to its owner", De Twentsche Courant, "It is a great pleasure to read Confessions, if it were only for the comical predictability that each man who crosses the protagonist’s path, ends up having sex with him", NRC Handelsblad).

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