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Johan Vanhecke

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'''John Vanhecke''', from Belgium, is curator of the AMVC-Letterenhuis, the Flemish literary archive. He has published several books and articles on Flemish literature and folklore.<ref>"About the authors", in ''[[Lembas Extra: Proceedings of the 5th Unquendor Lustrum]]'', p.79.</ref> Vanhecke joined the [[Tolkien Society]] in 1979 (and later also other societies) and has published about [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] in Belgium, The Netherlands, Great Britain, USA and Poland.
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'''John Vanhecke''', from Belgium, is curator of the AMVC-Letterenhuis, the Flemish literary archive. He has published several books and articles on Flemish literature and folklore.<ref>"About the authors", in ''[[Lembas Extra: Proceedings of the 5th Unquendor Lustrum]]'', p.79.</ref> Vanhecke joined [[The Tolkien Society]] in 1979 (and later also other societies) and has published about [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] in Belgium, The Netherlands, Great Britain, USA and Poland.
  
 
In 1992, Vanhecke organized a successful Tolkien exhibition in Antwerp, Belgium, and he is the author of the Dutch book ''[[In de ban van de hobbit]]'' ("Under the spell of the hobbit").  
 
In 1992, Vanhecke organized a successful Tolkien exhibition in Antwerp, Belgium, and he is the author of the Dutch book ''[[In de ban van de hobbit]]'' ("Under the spell of the hobbit").  

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John Vanhecke, from Belgium, is curator of the AMVC-Letterenhuis, the Flemish literary archive. He has published several books and articles on Flemish literature and folklore.[1] Vanhecke joined The Tolkien Society in 1979 (and later also other societies) and has published about J.R.R. Tolkien in Belgium, The Netherlands, Great Britain, USA and Poland.

In 1992, Vanhecke organized a successful Tolkien exhibition in Antwerp, Belgium, and he is the author of the Dutch book In de ban van de hobbit ("Under the spell of the hobbit").

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  1. "About the authors", in Lembas Extra: Proceedings of the 5th Unquendor Lustrum, p.79.