Die Besoeker - 'n Episode in die lewe van Eugène Marais

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Eugène Nielen Marais - advokaat, joernalis, natuurvorser en een van die eerste skrywers van formaat in Afrikaans - was, volgens Robert Ardrey, 'the purest genius that the natural sciences have seen in this century'. In die draaiboek van Die Besoeker vertolk Fugard die maande van bitter lyding wat Marais op die Meyer- gesin se afgeleë plaas ,Steenkampskraal', deurgebring het met die bedoeling om hom van morfienverslaafdheid te bevry. Die skrywer, Athol Fugard, Suid-Afrika se voorste dramaturg (Sizwe Banzi is Dead, The Blood Knot, The Island, Hello and Goodbye, Boesman and Lena, People are Living There) het saamgewerk met die bekroonde regisseur, Ross Devenish, wie se rolprent Boesman and Lena oral in die wêreld hoog aangeskryf is.

Eugène Nielen Marais - advokaat, joernalis, natuurvorser en een van die eerste skrywers van formaat in Afrikaans - was, volgens Robert Ardrey, 'the purest genius that the natural sciences have seen in this century'. In die draaiboek van Die Besoeker vertolk Fugard die maande van bitter lyding wat Marais op die Meyer- gesin se afgeleë plaas ,Steenkampskraal', deurgebring het met die bedoeling om hom van morfienverslaafdheid te bevry. Die skrywer, Athol Fugard, Suid-Afrika se voorste dramaturg (Sizwe Banzi is Dead, The Blood Knot, The Island, Hello and Goodbye, Boesman and Lena, People are Living There) het saamgewerk met die bekroonde regisseur, Ross Devenish, wie se rolprent Boesman and Lena oral in die wêreld hoog aangeskryf is.

*Cover shelf rubbed; Name inscription on first page*
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AuthorAthol Fugard & Ross Devenish
PublisherAD. Donker
PlaceJohannesburg
Year1977
ISBN9780949937436
BindingPaperback
ConditionGood
CommentsCover shelf rubbed; Name inscription on first page
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