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(1929-1997). Academic,  poet and editor. *** Professor and head of [[UNISA]] Department of English 19**-19**. His theatre works include a collection entitled ''[[Four South African One-Act Plays]]'' (Cape Town: Nasou, 1973), **
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'''Douglas Ridley Beeton''' (1929-1997). Academic,  poet and editor.  
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He died in Cape Town in April 1997.
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== Career ==
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He started his career as librarian at the CSIR. Professor and head of [[UNISA]] Department of English. He was an accomplished poet under the name of roger Brirely.
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==Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance==
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His theatre works include a collection entitled ''[[Four South African One-Act Plays]]'' (Cape Town: Nasou, 1973).
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
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Obituary published in ''Pretoria News'', 29 April 1997.
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Go to [[South African Theatre/Bibliography]]
 
Go to [[South African Theatre/Bibliography]]
  

Latest revision as of 16:43, 17 March 2017

Douglas Ridley Beeton (1929-1997). Academic, poet and editor.

He died in Cape Town in April 1997.

Career

He started his career as librarian at the CSIR. Professor and head of UNISA Department of English. He was an accomplished poet under the name of roger Brirely.

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

His theatre works include a collection entitled Four South African One-Act Plays (Cape Town: Nasou, 1973).

Sources

Obituary published in Pretoria News, 29 April 1997.

Go to South African Theatre/Bibliography

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