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f901c92b44 Born in Harare, Zimbabwe (then Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia), to South African parents, Brutus was of indigenous Khoi, Dutch, French, English, German and Malaysian ancestry. Steptoe (Whirlwind Press, 2005). In 1965, Brutus was released and allowed to leave South Africa on the condition that he never return. In December 2007, Brutus was to be inducted into the South African Sports Hall of Fame. [In the following excerpt, Egudu describes Brutus's poetry as the expression of "mental agony" and praises his use of emotional tension.] The poetry of Dennis Brutus is the reaction of one who is in mental agony-whether he is at home or abroad. Get Homework Help Ask real teachers questions on any subject or search 300,000+ answers.
Retrieved 2010-01-03. After receiving a bachelor's degree in English at Fort Hare University College in 1946, Brutus taught at several South African high schools. Tanure Ojaide has described Brutus's characteristic persona, which becomes most prominent in A Simple Lust, as "a troubadour who fights for a loved one against injustice and infidelity in his society." In the new poems in this collection, Brutus wrote with passion of the homeland for which he yearned and of his compatriots who remained behind. Democracy Now!. .. His parents, teachers Francis Henry and Margaret Winifred Brutus, were South African "coloureds" who raised their son in Port Elizabeth. One similarity between the two poems is the speakers' love of country. (The entire section is 1355 words.) To continue reading, start your free trial with eNotes Chikwenye Okonjo Ogunyemi (essay date 1982) print Print document PDF This Page Only Entire Study Guide list Cite link Link SOURCE: "The Song of the Caged Bird: Contemporary African Prison Poetry," in Ariel, Vol. "Poet, political prisoner and a campaigner to the end". Sirens, Knuckles and Boots (Mbari Productions, 1963).