Van Wyk Louw

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Cromwell Everson - Compositions - Vocal Works - Song Cycles
... van Wyk Louw) Net altyd jy (N ... van Wyk Louw) Nooit Nog (W ... Louw) Dennebosse (N ...
N. P. Van Wyk Louw
... Nicolaas Petrus van Wyk Louw (11 June 1906 in Sutherland, formerly Cape Province, now Northern Cape Province in South Africa – 18 June 1970 in Johannesburg ... van Wyk Louw, was an Afrikaans-language poet, playwright, and scholar ... Louw ...
South African Literature - Afrikaans - Poetry
... van Wyk Louw is the vanguard of the new movement, called Dertigers, along with his brother WEG Louw, and Elisabeth Eybers, although they were all to write in future literary periods ... Olivier notes Van Wyk Louw's predominance "It was only in the Thirties that a fully developed theory about Afrikaans as a national literature was launched by the erudite poet, N ... van Wyk Louw, in his two collections of essays Lojale verset (1939) and Berigte te velde (1939)" ...

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