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Mae·ter·linck(mā′tər-lĭngk′, mĕt′ər-, mä-tĕr-lăN′), Count Maurice 1862-1949.
Belgian writer of poetry, a wide variety of essays, and symbolic dramas, including Pelléas et Mélisande (1892). He won the 1911 Nobel Prize for literature.
Maeterlinck(ˈmeɪtəˌlɪŋk; French mɛtɛrlɛ̃k)
(Biography) Comte Maurice (mɔris). 1862–1949, Belgian poet and dramatist, noted particularly for his symbolist plays, such as Pelléas et Mélisande (1892), which served as the basis for an opera by Debussy, and L'Oiseau bleu (1909). Nobel prize for literature 1911
Mae•ter•linck(ˈmeɪ tərˌlɪŋk, ˈmɛt ər-)
Comte Maurice, 1862–1947, Belgian poet, playwright, and essayist: Nobel prize 1911.