South African writers
Essays on South African writers from the South African War or Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) to the Act of Union in 1910, when the defeated Boer republics were joined together by British Parliament into what became modern South Africa. Discusses the beginnings of South Africa literature in English, as well as the impact the discovery of gold and diamonds had. Genres mentioned include travel books, hunter-adventure romances, and South African realist fiction.
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Plan of the Series xii Sarah Gertrude Millin 18881968
Thomas Mofolo 18761948
Herman Charles Bosman 19051951 17 Adrian Roscoe Seitlhamo Motsapi and Ndavhe Ramakuela
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