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LÜTGE COULLIE Judith, JACOBS J.U. (sous la direction de)

A.K.A. Breyten Breytenbach: Critical Approaches to His Writings and Paintings

Rodopi B. V. - Amsterdam - 2004
ISBN: 9789042017030
(Cross / Cultures - Readings in the Post/Colonial Literatures in English, 75)
XXII-337 pp., texte en anglais - 21,5 x 13,5 cm

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 The essays in this volume hold up for scrutiny, in diverse ways, many facets of the artistic output of Breyten Breytenbach, the Afrikaans poet who first became a public figure in apartheid South Africa – his poetry, his fictional and non-fictional prose, his plays, and his painting and drawing. The approaches adopted by the authors of the essays range from the largely theoretical to the more popular forms of the interview and the review.

Collectively, they represent a kaleidoscope of approaches, viewpoints and foci; their various critical and analytical colorations make up a timely statement about the centrality of this important artist’s creativity, engagement, ‘exile’ and belongness to a land once impacting under its own contradictions and now experiencing an efflorescence that still harbours the paradoxes that Breytenbach’s protean craft uncompromisingly anatomizes.
Sommaire:
Illustrations
Introduction – In Other Words: Breyten Breytenbach
1. Breytenbach and His Fathers: The Early Poetry / Louise Viljoen,
2. Poetry as the Presentation of a Representation / Ampie Coetzee,
3. “‘I’ is a Complex Place”: Transforming and Disseminating
the Subject in the Poetry / Lisbé Smuts,
4. Breyten Breytenbach and the Reader in the Mirror / J. M. Coetzee,
5. Broken Mirror: The Prison Memoirs / Erhard Reckwitz,
6. Carnivalesque Rituals of Renewal: The True Confessions
of an Albino Terrorist and The Man Died / Ileana Dimitriu,
7. Writing Africa / J. U. Jacobs,
8. From Dream to Waking and Back Again: An A–Z Guide
to the Critical Writing / Judith Lütge Coullie,
9. The I of the Beholder: Identity and Place in the Art and Writing / Marilet Sienaert,
10. A Detail: The Butterfly in “The Thieves and the Word”
from All One Horse / Sandra Saayman,
11. Dancing the Dog: Paintings and Other Pornographics / Marilet Sienaert,
12. Dog Heart: Heartland, Border Area and the Politics of Remembering / Tim Trengove Jones,
13. Breytenbach and the Masculine Subject / Andries Visagie,
14. Playing the Poet in Boklied and Die Toneelstuk / Louise Viljoen.
Contributors
Les deux directeurs scientifiques de cet ouvrage enseignent à l'Université du KwaZulu-Natal à Durban.