Herman Charles Bosman

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Herman Charles Bosman

Herman Charles Bosman (5 February 1905 – 14 October 1951) was a South Africa's short-story writer. He studied the works of Edgar Allan Poe and Mark Twain. His English-language works were mainly about Afrikaner characters, some were controversial.[1] He was born in Cape Town.

Bosman died on 14 October 1951 from a heart attack in Edenvale, South Africa at the age of 46.

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  1. Rosenberg, Valerie (2005). Herman Charles Bosman: Between the Lines. Struik. p. 55. ISBN 1-77007-163-6.

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