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Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

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A distinctive volume of poetry by a talented poet and highly acclaimed translator. Although the themes and ideas explored are mostly
personal, De Kock's voice ensures a universal resonance in his poetry.
Publikasiedatum: 2006-01-10
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9781869190958

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

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A collection of poems that showcases Stephen Gray's output between 1999 and 2006. The lengthy title poem first appeared in the UK
in Moving Worlds, and others have been gathered from avant-garde journals.
Publikasiedatum: 2006-01-10
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9781869192051

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

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In this unique collection of poems, Kruger uses four female voices to express highly emotive concepts such as change, growth, rejection,
acceptance and love. The effect is a staccato syncopation of glimpses into a life that is simul taneously broken and healed.
Publikasiedatum: 2006-01-10
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9781869190927

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

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Through the eye of a needle is the auhtor's debut collection of poems reflecting a highly eclectic mix of styles with idiomatic interplay of English and African languages. Spanning fifteen years, the poems reflect different developmental and stylistic patterns drawn from various influences of the South African experience. Each poem resonates with a distinct voice commenting on the poet's educational development and political awareness from the 1970s to present-day democratic South Africa.
Publikasiedatum: 2005-10-01
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9781869191238

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

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Ken Barris, who lives and works in Cape Town, has published several novels, a collection of short stories and of poetry. His short stories and poems have appeared in many anthologies. He won the Ingrid Jonker Prize for poetry, the Vita Award for a collection of short fiction, and the M-Net Book Prize for his first novel, The Jailer's Book. In 2003 he was shortlisted for the Caine Prize.
Publikasiedatum: 2005-05-10
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9781920043315

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

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This collection of verse consists of motivational poems which the author has been writing for and to the Springbok Rugby team over the course of the last seventeen years. Her actions have touched chords in so many lives that will reverberate for years to come
Publikasiedatum: 2004-01-10
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9781919825588

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

Vertaler: Norman Strike
Illustreerder: Nja Madhaoui
Fiction  -  Poetry, Drama & Plays
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These poems trace Nelson Mandela's journey to freedom. The original French and Norman Strike's sensitive English translations are printed on opposite pages, interspersed with ink drawings by Nja Madhaoui.
Publikasiedatum: 2001-10-01
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9781869191856

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

Fiction  -  Poetry, Drama & Plays
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Publikasiedatum: 2007-10-10
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9780007420094

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

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`Alas that mortals Should blame the gods! From us, they say, All evils come. Yet they themselves It is who through defiant deeds Bring sorrow on them-far more sorrow Than fate would have them bear.' Attributed to the blind Greek poet, Homer, The Odyssey is an epic tale about cunning and strength of mind. It takes its starting point ten years after the fall of the city of Troy and follows its Greek warrior hero Odysseus as he tries to journey to his home of Ithaca in northwest Greece after the Greek victory over the Trojans. On his travels, Odysseus comes across surreal islands and foreign lands where he is in turn challenged and supported by those that he meets on his travels as he attempts to find his way back home in order to vanquish those who threaten his estate. In turn, his son Telemachus has to grow up quickly as he attempts to find his father and protect his mother from her suitors. Dealing with the universal themes of temptation and courage, the epic journey that Odysseus undertakes is as meaningful today as it was almost 3,000 years ago when the story was composed.
Publikasiedatum: 2012-02-05
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9780198120827

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

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The Anglo-Boer War of 1899-1902, fought between the pride of the British Empire at the height of its world-wide power and two small rural republics at the tip of Africa, provoked remarkably vehement reactions not only in Britain, but all round the world. Much of this reaction was expressed in verse, most of it subliterary, but some of it such as Hardy's 'Drummer Hodge', putting forward a view of war more akin to Owen's 'Futility' than Tennyson's 'The Change of the Light Brigade'. The first chapter of Drummer Hodge traces the growth of pacifist attitudes to war and the compassionate treatment of soldiering in the course of the nineteenth century. Subsequent chapters deal with the imperial theme (much questioned at this time) in Boer War verse; the contributions of writers such as Newbolt, Hardy, Kipling, and AE Housman, as well as that of numerous soldier poets; the effect of the war on the literature of the Boers; Boer war poetry from the United States and the rest of the English-speaking world; and the literary results of the enormous pro-Boer movement in France, Germany and Holland: countries in which the Boer republics were seen as images of a rural simplicity and patriarchal integrity lost in Europe. The work is based on research completed over many years in libraries in South Africa, Britain, France, Germany and Holland, and constitutes an exercise in the comparative history of nineteenth-century English and European war poetry on a scale probably not attempted before.
Publikasiedatum: 1999-01-05
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9780639810836

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

Fiction  -  Poetry, Drama & Plays
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Twenty queer and tender love poems by, for, and about sharks.
Publikasiedatum: 2019-09-10
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9780639810850

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

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he classic, mini-epic poem of one of the greats of 20th-century South African writing.
An elegiac tale told through the lens of Zulu mythology.
Publikasiedatum: 2019-09-01
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9781776191321

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

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South Africa, 2019. Twenty-five years since the first post-apartheid democratic elections, two men from contrasting walks of life are thrust together to reflect on a quarter-century of change. Jack Morris is a celebrated classical actor who has just been given both a career-defining role and a life-changing diagnosis. Besides his age, Jack has seemingly little in common with his at-home nurse Lunga Kunene, but the two men soon discover their shared passion for Shakespeare, which ignites this 'rich, raw and shattering head-to-head' (The Times). Written by South African actor, activist and playwright John Kani, this refreshingly funny and vital new play premiered in the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon in 2019, before transferring to the Ambassadors Theatre in London. A co-production with the Fugard Theatre, it was directed by Janice Honeyman with moving performances from Antony Sher and John Kani.
Publikasiedatum: 2021-04-15
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9780868520483

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

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Kahlil Gibran (1183 - 1931), poet, philosopher and artist, was born in Mount Lebanon, a land that has produced many prophets and philosophers.
Publikasiedatum: 2005-12-01
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9780241471968

Fiction: Poetry, Drama & Plays

Fiction  -  Poetry, Drama & Plays
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'Married five times. Mother. Lover. Aunt. Friend.
She plays many roles round here. And never
Scared to tell the whole of her truth, whether
Or not anyone wants to hear it. Wife
Of Willesden: pissed enough to tell her life
Story to whoever has ears and eyes . . .'
Zadie Smith's first time writing for the stage, The Wife of Willesden is a riotous twenty-first century translation of Geoffrey Chaucer's classic The Wife of Bath's Prologue, brought to glorious life on the Kilburn High Road. Commissioned to celebrate Brent's year as Borough of Culture 2020, The Wife of Willesden will premiere at the Kiln Theatre, London in September 2020.
Publikasiedatum: 2021-11-18

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