Gordel van Smarag: 'n Reis met Leipoldt

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In 1912 reis C. Louis Leipoldt na die Ooste as skeepsdokter van die vragskip Ulysses. Hy stip besonderhede en hoogtepunte van sy reis aan in leersakboekies. Elsa Joubert pak in 1995 'n reis na Indonesie aan. Teen die agtergrond van 'n eksotiese Oosterse wereld met sy fassinerende geskiedenis en kultuur, ontdek die leser saam met haar verskuilde fasette van Leipoldt se persoonlikheid en verkry sy Oosterse gedigte nuwe betekenis.
In 1912 reis C. Louis Leipoldt na die Ooste as skeepsdokter van die vragskip Ulysses. Hy stip besonderhede en hoogtepunte van sy reis aan in leersakboekies. Elsa Joubert pak in 1995 'n reis na Indonesie aan. Teen die agtergrond van 'n eksotiese Oosterse wereld met sy fassinerende geskiedenis en kultuur, ontdek die leser saam met haar verskuilde fasette van Leipoldt se persoonlikheid en verkry sy Oosterse gedigte nuwe betekenis.
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AuthorElsa Joubert
PublisherTafelberg-Uitgewers
PlaceCape Town
Year1997
ISBN9780624036067
BindingHardcover
ConditionAs New
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