Whatever survives of the innermost me… (Poems)
(Elisabeth Eybers) The Low Countries - 2010, № 18, pp. 12-13
The South African poet Elisabeth Eybers (1915-2007) moved to the Netherlands in 1961. In these poems, written in Afrikaans and later in life rewritten in English, she reflects on the position of the immigrant, condemned to be forever a displaced person.
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