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He began writing his first poems in In , he began attending different educational institutions from which he was regularly expelled. In , an episode of pleurisy kept him confined to his sickbed for a long time. He enrolled in legal studies in He mostly defended offenders.

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He began writing his first poems in In , he began attending different educational institutions from which he was regularly expelled. In , an episode of pleurisy kept him confined to his sickbed for a long time. He enrolled in legal studies in He mostly defended offenders. After the war, he started as a civil servant in the Ministry of Internal Affairs where he remained until retirement, succeeding in 'not wasting his life for profit'.

In , Scutenaire participated in 'Documents 34'. He thus wrote, 'Les jours dangereux - Les nuits noires' [Dangerous days, dark nights], one of the few surrealistic novels, announced by the Abridged Dictionary of Surrealsim and which did not appear until In and , he published three brochures and collaborated with 'London bulletin'. From , Louis Scutenaire, 'Scut' for those who knew him, collaborated with numerous magazines.

Starting in , Scutenaire's literary fantasies were again brought together under the title 'Mes Inscriptions'. Altogether, five volumes appeared between and , dividing Scut's often concise annotations, reflections and quotations into chronological sections.

The special Grand Prix of Dark Humour would come to crown the antiliterary oeuvre of this language anarchist in He died in Brussels on 15 August Skip to main content. Home Do you know these Belgians Louis Scutenaire: 'Does the slave who loves his life have the life of a slave?

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Louis Scutenaire: 'Does the slave who loves his life have the life of a slave?'

Irene Hamoir , poetess and novelist, is the central female figure of the surrealist movement in Belgium. They also were part of the Paris surreaist group. In Irene Hamoir started to write features for the Petite Gazette. Irene Hamoir published several plates of poems in , and

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