White Women Writers and Their African Invention (Hardback)

by Simon Lewis

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Framing boundaries for postcolonial and gender studies, this literary history examines the lives and work of two of the most controversial writers about Africa, Olive Schreiner and Karen Blixen. Each forged an identity from her experience as a white woman settler in a culture dominated by men.

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University Press of Florida


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