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Paul Begheyn

1655. 10 Other publishers jumped on the bandwagon, and came with five more editions, three in Dutch (1654, 1655, 1660), and two in Latin (1655, 1661). 11 The Dutch translation inspired the most famous Dutch poet of the seventeenth century, Joost van den Vondel (1587-1679), to write a theatre piece

Michiel van Groesen

several leading publishers joined the Brazilian bandwagon before the turn of the year, and  consequently became a crucial year for Dutch Americana.  It was concluded in appropriate fashion by the appearance of Johannes de Laet’s treatise Nieuwe Werelt, ofte Beschrijvinge van West Indien [Th e New

Herman De La Fontaine

reconciliation: a courageous action if one remembers that Alva was to enter Brussels a week later and that Margaret was packing her chattels. As Fruin says, Guicciardini was far from jumping on bandwagons. Both the Italian and the French edition of 1567 (of the latter there are also copies with the date 1568