The Quiet Violence of Dreams
The original text
The Quiet Violence of Dreams was the second, and last, novel by K. Sello Duiker and it was awarded the Herman Charles Bosman Prize for English literature  in 2002. The novel features the university student, Tshepo, who begins the novel in a mental hospital, and it tracks his experience as a sex worker at a gay massage parlour that serves mostly white clients. Published by Kwela Books (2001).
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Performance history in South Africa
2010: Staged at the Artscape Theatre Centre by The Siyasanga Cape Town Theatre Company, directed by Fatima Dike, with Chris Gxalaba, Fikile Mahola, Chiedza Mhende, Richard Lothian, Lee Roodt and Pierre Malherbe. Design by Dicky Longhurst.
Siyasanga Cape Town Theatre Company invitation, 18 September 2010.
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