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The poetry oeuvre of Dennis Vincent Brutus (1924-2009).

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The poetry oeuvre of
Dennis Vincent Brutus (1924-2009)

   Yet somewhere lingers the stubborn hope
   thus to endure can be a kind of fight,
   preserve some value, assert some faith
   and even have a kind of worth.

   Dennis Brutus, "Stubborn Hope"

1963--Sirens Knuckles and Boots. Ibadan, Nigeria: Mbari Productions; Evanston: Northwestern University Press.

1968--Letters to Martha and Other Poems from a South African Prison. London: Heinemann.

1970--Poems from Algiers. Austin, Texas: African and Afro-American Studies and Research Center.

1970--Thoughts Abroad. (ps. John Bruin). Del Valle, Texas: Troubadour Press.

1973--A Simple Lust. London: Heinemann.

1975--China Poems. Austin, Texas: African and Afro-American Studies and Research Center.

1978--Strains. Wayne Kamin and Chip Dameron (eds.). Del Valle, Texas: Troubadour Press.

1978--Stubborn Hope. Washington, DC: Three Continents Press; London: Heinemann.

1984--Salutes and Censures. Enugu, Nigeria: Fourth Dimension.

1989--Airs and Tributes. Camden, New Jersey: Whirlwind Press.

1993--Still the Sirens. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Pennywhistle Press.

2004--Remembering Soweto. Lamont B. Steptoe (ed.). Camden, New Jersey: Whirlwind Press.

2005--Leafdrift. Lamont B. Steptoe (ed.). Camden, New Jersey: Whirlwind Press.

2006--Poetry and Protest: A Dennis Brutus Reader. Aisha Kareem and Lee Sustar (eds.). Chicago: Haymarket Books; Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.

2010--(70 unpublished poems). Worcester, MA: Worcester State College (pending).

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