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Inward Moon Outward Sun

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The publication of inward moon, outward sun signals a welcome end to Shabbir Banoobhai's self-imposed silence that lasted well over a decade. In the body of South African writing, his is a rare voice with the courage and the artistic skill to articulate a contemporary spirituality convincingly. The utmost simplicity of expression is used to conceal and reveal, at one and ...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published March 31st 2002 by University of Kwazulu Natal Press (first published March 2002)
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Oct 21, 2012 Sreddy rated it it was amazing
Shelves: south-african
Reminds me a lot of the work of Pablo Neruda.
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Sep 26, 2013 Con Robinson rated it liked it
Shelves: poetry
Some true gems. It does become a bit dark and depressing toward the end.
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He was born in Durban and, after school wanted to study at University. The costs were prohibitive, and instead he studied to become a teacher at Springfield College. He was elected President of the Student's Representative Council in 1970, and became assistant editor of the College newspaper, Aspect, which was occasionally banned for its protests against the apartheid state.
At college, he met Fati
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