1012 WX Amsterdam, Netherlands
Anne Wadman earned a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Amsterdam.
Anne Wadman earned a doctor of Philosophy from the University of Amsterdam in 1955.
Anne Wadman had been a writer and educator since 1945. Wadman's novels include De oerwinning fan Bjinse Houtsma and Kugels foar in labbekak, both published in the mid-1960s. Of Wadman's nineteenth novel De frou yn 'e flesse, Henry J. Baron, a reviewer in World Literature Today, commented, "Here too there is a strong psychological dimension: a study of the interplay of wounded human psyches and energetic libidos, of fd and ego, of reason and emotion." Froukje, the protagonist in Wadman's novella De fearren fan de wikel, is a victim of violence, who searches for justice but rejects assistance when offered. An initiated quest is at the heart of Wadman's novel Fjoer 'ut in dove hurd. Written in the seventh decade of Wadman's life, In okse nei de slachtbank is a novel of sensuality and soul-searching.
Anne Wadman married Hylkje Teatske Goïnga on April 2, 1953. He was also married to Aaltje Anna Jelsma.