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by Breyten Breytenbach

Author: Breyten Breytenbach
Publisher: Afrikaanse Pers-Boekhandel (1974)
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Breyten Breytenbach was born in Bonnievale, approximately 180 km from Cape Town and 100 km from the southernmost tip . The Iron Cow Must Sweat (Die ysterkoei moet sweet), Johannesburg, 1964. The House of the Deaf (Die huis van die dowe), Cape Town, 1967.

Breyten Breytenbach was born in Bonnievale, approximately 180 km from Cape Town and 100 km from the southernmost tip of Africa at Cape Agulhas. His early education was at Hoërskool Hugenoot and he later studied fine arts at the Michaelis School of Fine Art at the University of Cape Town. Gangrene (Kouevuur), Cape Town, 1969. Lotus, Cape Town, 1970.

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Breyten Breytenbach - Breyten Breytenbach is a South African writer .

Breyten Breytenbach - Breyten Breytenbach is a South African writer known for his poets and essays engaging with the apartheid and his experiences a. .In 1964, Breytenbach published his first poetry collection, Die ysterkoei moet sweet, in Afrikaans. He went on to publish over a dozen books of poetry in Afrikaans and English, including Windcatcher: New and Selected Poems, 1964–2006 (Harcourt, 2007), Lady One: Of Love and Other Poems (Harcourt, 2002), In Africa Even the Flies are Happy: Selected Poems, 1964–1977 (J. Calder, 1978).

Breyten Breytenbach wurde 1939 in Bonnievale in Südafrika geboren. Die ysterkoei moet sweet. Johannesburg: APB, 1964. Die huis van die dowe. Ansfield-Wolf Book Award. Allen Paton Award for Literature. Mahmoud Darwish Award for Creativity. Er ist einer der bedeutendsten lebenden Dichter Südafrikas. Der langjährige vist verließ seine Heimat 1959 und war 1962 in Paris - als Bure, Teil der weißen Bevölkerung Südafrikas - an der Gründung der ion Okhela beteiligt.

Breyten Breytenbach Widely recognized as South Africa 's finest Afrikaner poet, Breyten Breytenbach . In 1964, Breytenbach published Die Ysterkoei Moet Sweet (The Iron Cow Must Sweat), his first book of poems

Breyten Breytenbach Widely recognized as South Africa 's finest Afrikaner poet, Breyten Breytenbach (born 1939) wrote poems characterized by lush, evocative visuals; commanding use of metaphor; and interwoven elements such as Buddhist references, memories of South African landscape. In 1964, Breytenbach published Die Ysterkoei Moet Sweet (The Iron Cow Must Sweat), his first book of poems. The title comes from a Zen proverb indicating that the miraculous must happen before nothingness can be destroyed.

Breyten Breytenbach was born in Bonnievale, approximately 180 km from Cape Town and 100 km from the southernmost tip .

Breyten Breytenbach, South African writer who was a leading Afrikaner poet and critic of apartheid. His first book of poetry, Die ysterkoei moet sweet ( The Iron Cow Must Sweat ), was published in 1964. In 1975 he was convicted of terrorism, and he spent seven years in prison. He later became a naturalized French citizen. Learn more about Breytenbach’s life and career. Several books of poetry followed that were highly acclaimed in South Africa. He was allowed to travel with his Vietnamese wife (who was classified as Coloured by the South African government) to South Africa in 1973. About this time Breytenbach became increasingly involved in anti-apartheid efforts.

Breyten Breytenbach is renowned as an outspoken activist and a literary practisioner. His words have been published all over the world. Die Ysterkoei Moet Sweet ( The Iron Cow Must Sweat ), Breyten’s debut poetry collection, and a prose work, Katastrofes, are published to acclaim in South Africa, winning the APB Prize a year later. When Breyten wants to travel to South Africa to accept the prize, he is told that Yolande’s visa would not be approved due to the Mixed Marriages Act which made interracial marriage illegal in South Africa.