White Women Writers and Their African Invention

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"A pioneering book . . . original in its arguments, thorough in its presentation of the complex contexts of the white woman writer in Africa, and sophisticated in its set of readings and in its combination of biography, social history, and criticism."--Simon Gikandi, University of Michigan Framing new boundaries for postcolonial and gender studies, this literary history examines the lives and works of two of the most controversial writers about Africa, Olive Schreiner and Karen Blixen (writing under the pseudonym Isak ...

White Women Writers and Their African Invention 2003, University Press of Florida

ISBN-13: 9780813026527

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