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On the contrary, they depict bitter, non-chivalrous, angry, and rather sordid facets of the modern world in a voice that countermands the gentle compassionate voices of the other poems in both AROB volumes and his oeuvre generally.
Consequently, political poems do not appear in AROB, even though Giovanni Jacopo might well have been the ideal persona through whom to offer insights into South African politics.
According to the inside of the dust jacket, AROB has love as its central theme; it is a subject which, Livingstone said, "makes fools of us all" (Ullyatt, 1976:49).