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  • ISBN: 1770091041
  • Category: Biographies
  • Author: Tatamkhulu Afrika
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jacana Media (Pty) Ltd (July 31, 2005)
  • Pages: 424 pages
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His autobiography, Mr Chameleon, was published posthumously in 2005. Tatamkhulu Afrika was born Mogamed Fu'ad Nasif in Egypt to an Egyptian father and a Turkish mother, and came to South Africa as a very young child.

His autobiography, Mr Chameleon, was published posthumously in 2005. Tatamkhulu Afrika was born Mogamed Fu'ad Nasif in Egypt to an Egyptian father and a Turkish mother, and came to South Africa as a very young child He fought in World War II in the North African Campaign and was captured at Tobruk. His experiences as a prisoner of war featured prominently in his writing.

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Few people can have had so extraordinary a life as the poet and novelist Tatamkhulu Afrika. Soldier and freedom fighter; prisoner to the German Reich and the Apartheid State; born on the northernmost shore of Africa in Egypt.

Mr Chameleon: An Autobiography. Johannesburg : Jacana, 2005. Mr Chameleon : an autobiography /. Tatamkhulu Afrika. These citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style. Please use this display as a guideline and modify as needed. Main Author: Afrika, Tatamkulu. Published: Johannesburg : Jacana, 2005.

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Ismail Joubert, commonly known as Tatamkhulu Afrika . With an Arab father and a Turkish mother, Afrika could have been classified as a "white", but refused as a matter of principle.

Ismail Joubert, commonly known as Tatamkhulu Afrika, which is Xhosa for Grandfather Africa, was a South African poet an. .His autobiography,

Few people can have had so extraordinary a life as the poet and novelist Tatamkhulu Afrika

Few people can have had so extraordinary a life as the poet and novelist Tatamkhulu Afrika. Soldier and freedom fighter; prisoner to the German Reich and the Apartheid State; born on the northernmost shore of Africa in Egypt, died on the southern tip of Africa, in the Bo-Kaap.

Tatamkulu Afrika (Xhosa: "Grandfather Africa") (December 7 1920 - December 23 2002), was a South African poet and writer. His autobiography, "Mr Chameleon", was published posthumously in 2005. Sometimes his first name is spelt Tatamkhulu. His first novel, "Broken Earth" was published when he was seventeen (under his "Methodist name"), but it was over fifty years until his next publication, a collection of verse entitled "Nine Lives". He won numerous literary awards, and in 1996 his works were translated into French.

Free books to read or listen online in a convenient form, a large collection, the best authors and series. A novel based on Tatamkhulu Afrika's own capture in North Africa and his experiences as a prisoner-of-war in World War II in Italy and Germany.

Few people can have had so extraordinary a life as the poet and novelist Tatamkhulu Afrika. Soldier and freedom fighter; prisoner to the German Reich and the Apartheid State; born on the northernmost shore of Africa in Egypt, died on the southern tip of Africa, in the Bo-Kaap. Born a Muslim, brought up in a Christian home, converted (back) to Islam. Bearing five different names during his life, he worked variously as a barman, storekeeper, auditor's clerk, drummer in a band, in the flotation works of a copper mine, and as the manager of a pop singer. For the last ten years of his long life, he lived in extremely frugal circumstances, in a garage, and in a wendy house in someone's backyard; yet he founded and worked tirelessly for an organisation set up to help the needy. Eight collections of his lyrical and religious poems were published, as well as two novels and four novellas; he won every South African prize and award for which his work was eligible. Now his autobiography lays bare not only the life events of this remarkable man, but also his innermost secrets and revelations, things that he withheld from even his close friends during his lifetime, all written with an stylish el

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