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{SPEAKER name="Dennis Brutus"}
As their clubs pulped his brain, the will to die may have been his last fragmentary concept.

Only a diffused defiance remaining as they killed him.

{SPEAKER name="Brooks B. Robinson"}

A sequence for the late Beatrice Alleandae by South African exiled poet, Dennis Brutus, our guest today on the Literary Corner: Black Writers of the World.


Technical assistance by Bob Cham I'm Brooks Robinson. The Literary Corner was made possible by funds from WHA Radio Madison, Wisconsin, a service of the University of Wisconsin extension.


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