Studies in Netherlandic Culture and Literature, the seventh volume of the Publications of the American Association for Netherlandic Studies, typifies the diversity of research related to "Dutch Studies" currently being conducted by scholars worldwide. The volume's unifying theme of Netherlandic culture and literature incorporates such wide-ranging disciplines as philosophy, political science, art history, film, music, linguistics, and language. Some topics covered include: The Closed World of Frans Coenen; The Pen and Brush of Marga Minco; Monika van Paemel in Search of Her Abused Childhood; Andre Brink's Cycle of Politically Motivated Novels; The Development of Contemporary Dutch Music as Embodied in the World of "Di Vijf"; Codeswitching Behavior of a Dutch-English Bilingual Child. Contributors: Paul Sellin, Ray Wakefield, Augustinus Dierick, Alexander Zweers, Wilfred Jonckheere, Johan Snapper, Basil Kingstone, Edna Deudney, Henriette Louwerse, Luc Bergmans, Michael Mudrow, Ton Broos, Judit Gera, Charlotte Mueller, Theo Janssen, Marie-Therese Claes, Henk Woldring, Jan de Vries, Nelleke Van Deusen-Scholl, and Bradley Holtman. Co-published with the American Association for Netherlandic Studies.