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''[[Vrystaat Trilogie]]'' ("Free State Trilogy") is a trilogy of three [[Afrikaans]] plays by [[Reza de Wet]]. First published in 1991 by [[HAUM|HAUM-Literêr]], Pretoria.  Contains the full length plays: ''[[Diepe Grond]]'', ''[[Op Dees Aarde]]'' and ''[[Nag, Generaal]]''.
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''[[Vrystaat Trilogie]]'' ("Free State Trilogy") is a collection of three [[Afrikaans]] plays by [[Reza de Wet]] (1952-2012).  
  
The plays in the collection were translated into English as ''[[African Gothic]]'', ''[[Good Heavens]]'' and ''[[Breathing In]]'' and published as a collection called ''[[Plays Two: African Gothic - Good Heavens - Breathing In]]'' (Also known as ''[[Reza de Wet: Plays Two]]'' or simply ''[[Plays Two]]'')  by [[Oberon Books]], London, in 2005, with an Introduction by [[Marthinus Basson]].
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''Also found as '''[[Vrystaat-trilogie]]'''''
  
'''For performances of the plays, see the individual entries.'''  
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== '''''Vrystaat Trilogie''''': The original [[Afrikaans]] collection ==
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First published in 1991 by [[HAUM|HAUM-Literêr]], Pretoria.  Contains the full length plays: ''[[Diepe Grond]]'', ''[[Op Dees Aarde]]'' and ''[[Nag, Generaal]]''.
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Winner op the Rapport Prize (awarded to the best book published in [[Afrikaans]] during the previous year), award year 1992 (Database [[NELM]] Literary Awards).
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== '''''Theatre Two''''': The English version of the collection ==
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The plays in the collection were translated into English as ''[[African Gothic]]'', ''[[Good Heavens]]'' and ''[[Breathing In]]'' and published as a collection called ''[[Plays Two: African Gothic - Good Heavens - Breathing In]]'' (Also known as ''[[De Wet: Plays Two]]'' or simply ''[[Plays Two]]'')  by [[Oberon Books]], London, in 2005, with an Introduction by [[Marthinus Basson]].
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== The individual plays ==
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'''For more information on the individual plays and their performances, see the relevant entries under ''[[Diepe Grond]]'', ''[[Op Dees Aarde]]'' and ''[[Nag, Generaal]]'' respectively.'''
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:42, 11 July 2022

Vrystaat Trilogie ("Free State Trilogy") is a collection of three Afrikaans plays by Reza de Wet (1952-2012).

Also found as Vrystaat-trilogie

Vrystaat Trilogie: The original Afrikaans collection

First published in 1991 by HAUM-Literêr, Pretoria. Contains the full length plays: Diepe Grond, Op Dees Aarde and Nag, Generaal.

Winner op the Rapport Prize (awarded to the best book published in Afrikaans during the previous year), award year 1992 (Database NELM Literary Awards).

Theatre Two: The English version of the collection

The plays in the collection were translated into English as African Gothic, Good Heavens and Breathing In and published as a collection called Plays Two: African Gothic - Good Heavens - Breathing In (Also known as De Wet: Plays Two or simply Plays Two) by Oberon Books, London, in 2005, with an Introduction by Marthinus Basson.

The individual plays

For more information on the individual plays and their performances, see the relevant entries under Diepe Grond, Op Dees Aarde and Nag, Generaal respectively.

Return to

Return to PLAYS I: Original SA plays

Return to PLAYS II: Foreign plays

Return to PLAYS III: Collections

Return to PLAYS IV: Pageants and public performances

Return to South African Festivals and Competitions

Return to The ESAT Entries

Return to Main Page