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  • ISBN: 0798139013
  • Author: Herman Charles Bosman
  • ePub ver: 1533 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1533 kb
  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 216
  • Publisher: Human & Rousseau; Anniversary ed edition (1998)
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  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Poetry
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Going After Jews Instead of Neo-Liberals.

Herman Charles Bosman. The entire sequence of Bosman's famous Oom Schalk Lourens stories, in one volume for the first time. The sixty pieces include all-time favourites like "In the Withaak's Shade", "Makapan's Caves" and "Willem Prinsloo's Peach Brandy", the Boer War classics "Mafeking Road" and "The Rooinek", as well as several lesser-known treasures.

In April 1950, just eighteen months before his death, Herman Charles Bosman embarked on one of his most ambitious projects: a series of 2 000-word stories written to a weekly deadline for Johannesburg’s The Forum. It is testimony to his manic creative drive that he was able to produce eighty of these pieces in all, over a period of eighteen months without a single break, until his sudden death from cardiac arrest in October 1951.

Author of Mafeking road, A cask of jerepigo, Willemsdorp, Unto dust; stories, Cold stone jug, A Bekkersdal marathon, Verborge Skatte, Jurie Steyn's post .

Author of Mafeking road, A cask of jerepigo, Willemsdorp, Unto dust; stories, Cold stone jug, A Bekkersdal marathon, Verborge Skatte, Jurie Steyn's post office. The Illustrated Bosman. The Prose Juvenilia (Miscellanea specialia).

Herman Charles Bosman (5 February 1905 – 14 October 1951) is widely regarded as South Africa's greatest short-story writer. He studied the works of Edgar Allan Poe and Mark Twain and developed a style emphasizing the use of satire.

Herman Charles Bosman (1905 - October 14, 1951) was a South African writer and journalist who became famous for capturing the rhythms of backveld Afrikaans speech even though he wrote in English

Herman Charles Bosman (1905 - October 14, 1951) was a South African writer and journalist who became famous for capturing the rhythms of backveld Afrikaans speech even though he wrote in English. He is widely regarded as the greatest short story writer to come out of South Africa. Many of his stories have a sting in the tail. He was born at Kuilsrivier, near Cape Town.

Paperback: 151 pages.

Herman Charles Bosman, one of South Africa's most popular writers, became famous for capturing the .

Herman Charles Bosman, one of South Africa's most popular writers, became famous for capturing the rhythms of backveld Afrikaans speech, even though he wrote mostly in English. Bosman is best known for his short stories, in particular his Oom Schalk Lourens stories. 1 The inspiration for these stories was his experience as a schoolteacher in the Groot Marico district of the Western Transvaal in 1926.

Herman Charles Bosman (1905 - October 14, 1951) was a South African writer and journalist who became famous for capturing the rhythms of backveld Afrikaans speech even though he wrote in English.


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