Die Aandblom van Witsenberg

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Die Aandblom van Witsenberg ("The evening flower of the Witsenberg") is a one act Afrikaans play by D.F. Malherbe (1881-1969).

The original text

Set somewhere in the 19th century, on the isolated farm Witsenberg, it tells of a young man who arrives to work for the family, gaining their respect and the heart of the daughter of the house.

Published by Nasionale Pers in the collection Die Meul Dreun en Ander Toneelwerk, 1943.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa


DALRO list.

Stellenbosch University Library catalogue

Typed list, E. Reyneke, 1978


J.C. Kannemeyer 1978. Geskiedenis van die Afrikaanse Literatuur I. Pretoria: Academica. (Second edition, 1984[1], pp. 162

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