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Eugène N. Marais Translated by Winifred de Kok 1937 First published in Afrikaans under the title Die Siel van die Mier Publisher's note Eugène Marais was born in a farming community near Pretoria in 1872. Dit neem my vér terug, hoe pragtig! He attended school in Pretoria, Boshof and Paarl, and much of his early education was in English, as were his earliest poems. Nearly 100 years ago, in a country far from the universities of Europe and America, in an internationally peripheral language and in non-serious, unscientific publications, Eugene Marais … overflow:auto !important; } width:auto !important; -->. He matriculated at the age of sixteen. Eugène Marais was a man of many talents, which include: remembered as an Afrikaner hero and the father of Afrikaans poetry, Copyright 2020 - University of Johannesburg - Educated in the Transvaal, Orange Free State and Cape Province, ... Jacoba, die the following the year, in July 1895, at the age of 23, following the birth of their son. Eugene Marais' work as a naturalist, gained less public attention and appreciation than his contributions to literature. Marais was a poet as well, and this shows in his evocation of baboon spirit, and his poetic writing. Marais ('mah-REH', silent s) was the thirteenth and last child of his parents, Jan Christiaan Nielen Marais and Catharina. overflow-x:hidden; Naturalist, Author. He has been hailed as an intellectual genius and an Afrikaner hero. Cant believe the serves and the fact that nothing has been done. Vroeë lewe en herkoms. He embraced the pains of many, the visions of the few, and perhaps the burden was too much for one man… For the publication of a newspaper, more is required than a little bit of school learning and a lot of Lean on me, son &rarr. Dylan was admitted to the Life Eugene Marais hospital last week Wednesday, on 16 September, with fever. of Jan Christiaan Nielen Marais and [mother unknown] Brother of Petronella Charlotte (Marais) Clulee [half], Gezina Constantia (Marais) Rex [half] and Catharina Mynhardina Marais [half] Husband of Jacoba Aletta (Beyers) Marais — married 1894 in Winterton, Natal, South Africa. I think this quality also raises The Soul of the Ape far above the usual animal behavior accounts. The passing of his very young wife was a terrific blow, days after the birth of his son whom he apparently now scorned and hated as the cause of his wife's demise. He discovered the Waterberg Cycad, a plant that is found a mile high in sandstone hills of the Waterberg Range. He matriculated at the age of sixteen. It was named Encephalartos eugene-maraisii in honor of Marais… At the time Eugène Marais was staying at Pelindaba with Gustav en Hannie Preller. He was eventually discharged and fired from his duties in 1867. } Eugene Marais' work as a naturalist, gained less public attention and appreciation than his contributions to literature. Wat treur ons tog? He discovered the Waterberg Cycad, a plant that is found a mile high in sandstone hills of the Waterberg Range. Eugene Marais. see http://myfundi.co.za/e/Afrikaans_poetry_I:_First_twenty_years#Eugene_Nielen_Marais_.281871-1936.29. Historia, 48, 2, November 2003, pp 66-87. Viool en fluit maak nog geluid, en lank die nag wat voorlê nog. The son responded: “There is no sign of a manuscript and no notes.” In 1968, 32 years later, without explanation, the son handed the unfinished manuscript of The Soul of the Ape to Marais’ old publishers in Cape Town, handwritten in Marais’ hand, in English, and, at last, it was published. He was a poet, an advocate, a journalist, a story-teller, a drug addict, a psychologist, a natural scientist. ... (born Marais), Charl Gerhardus Marais, Hendrik Cornelius Marais, Jessie Rex (born Marais), Jan Christian Marais, Sebastina Louisa Marais... Jan 9 1871 - Daspoort, Transvaal, Suid-Afrika, Mar 29 1936 - Pelindaba, Transvaal, South Africa, Elizabeth Petronella Wilhelmina Niemeyer (born Marais), Petronella Charlotte Clulee (born Marais), Jan 9 1871 - Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa, Mar 29 1936 - Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa, Jan Christiaan Nielen Marais, Catharina Helena Cornelia Marais (born van Niekerk), Jan 9 1871 - Daspoort, Transvaal, South Africa, Jan Christiaan Nielen Marais, Christina Helena Cornelia Marais (born van Niekerk), Jan Christian Nielen Marais, Catharina Helena Cornelia Marais (gebore Van Niekerk), Daspoort, Zuid Afrikaanse Republiek, Suid Afrika, Catharina Helena Cornelia Marais, b3c1d2e2f9, Beddy/ Buchanan/ Bosman/ von Abo/ Hockly/ Lindley/ Gradwell FamTree Web Site, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eugene_Marais, http://myfundi.co.za/e/Afrikaans_poetry_I:_First_twenty_years#Eugene_Nielen_Marais_.281871-1936.29, Poet, author, journalist, poet, naturalist, lawyer. In 1897—still in his mid-twenties—he went to London, initially to read medicine. He is discussed fully later in this series. 66 “An Irritating Pebble in Kruger’s Shoe” – Eugène Marais and Land en Volk in the ZAR, 1891 - 1896 Sandra Swart* Bravo Land en Volk!Bravo editor of that newspaper! | Some remember him as the 'father of Afrikaans poetry', one of the most lionised writers in Afrikaans, and part of the Afrikaner nationalist movement. Antwoord. } He matriculated at the age of sixteen. Eugène Nielen Marais was a South African lawyer, naturalist, poet and writer. Please turn on JavaScript and try again.