Kelwyn Sole's brilliant new collection is a volume of landscapes,
voices and dreams, and a roving, meditative self. With a perfect
ear and eye he captures an extraordinary array of scenarios,
characters and places, where land, sea and sky are also an abiding
presence. His modes shift from the filmic to the interior
monologue, his tones from the wickedly satirical to the poignant,
the raucously contentious to the intimate. In Sole's hands the
prose poem becomes the perfect form. Full of arresting lines and
images, its constellations create something that reads almost like
a novel. It taps beneath the surface of South Africa. - Stephen
Clingman, winner of the Sunday Times Alan Paton Award 1999 for Bram
Fischer: Afrikaner Revolutionary
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