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Symbolist poet and author known for his 1892 work Bruges-la-Morte. His other notable publications include La Vocation and Le Carillonneur.
He attended school at Sint-Barbaracollege in Ghent, Belgium. He published his first poetry volume, Le Foyer et les Champs, in 1877.
His masterpiece, Bruges-la-Morte, was transformed by the composer Erich Korngold into an opera called Die Tote Stadt.
He was the son of a German father and a French mother. His cousin, Albrecht Rodenbach, was also a poet and novelist.
His poem “Du silence” was referenced in a 2013 album by musician David Bowie.
How did Georges Rodenbach die?
|Cause of death||N/A|
|Age of death||43 years|
|Birthday||July 16, 1855|
|Death date||December 25, 1898|
|Place of death||Paris, France|
|Place of burial||N/A|