Published by Purnell Cape Town First Published 1977
Weight 1.040 kg + 200 g Packaging = 1.240 kg
1 in stock
First Published 1977
Cover: Grey cloth
Condition to an average observer: Very good and collectable
Charles Beaumont Eglington, one of South Africa’s most considerable poets, wrote in a style that is clear and unambiguous. The chief influences on his artistic growth came from poets who had urgent and serious things to say – about war and love and the baffling questions of identity and human response in a confused, violent world.