Olive Schreiner

Olive Schreiner (24 March 1855 – 11 December 1920) was a South African author, anti-war campaigner and intellectual. She is best remembered today for her novel The Story of an African Farm (1883), which has been highly acclaimed. It deals boldly with such contemporary issues as agnosticism, existential independence, individualism, the professional aspirations of women, and the elemental nature of life on the colonial frontier.

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DISA: Digital Innovation South Africa · 1 January 1955 English

conspiracy Part 1: The story of the Chamber of Mines. South Africa's greatest daughter: homage to Olive Schreiner. Calvinism in South Africa. Native, Bantu and African


SU: Stellenbosch University · 12 October 1900 Dutch

Dutch and English pamphlet on Olive Schreiner's address on the Anglo-Boer War.

in verband met bovenbedoelde oorlogsmotie. Olive Schreiner is geboren in Buaoetoland. De familie begaf


DISA: Digital Innovation South Africa · 1 August 1992 English

South Africa. The Mistrial of Winnie Mandela: a problem of justice. Ruth Schechter: friend to Olive Schreiner. A can of worms in Lusaka: the imprisonment of Hubert Sipho Mbeje. Nationalisation: a matter


DISA: Digital Innovation South Africa · 1 October 1993 English

agents'!and the ANC Womens' League. Women and SWAPO: institutionalised rape in SWAPO s prisons. Olive Schreiner and the women's vote. The Dilemma of Albie Sachs: ANC constitutionalism and the death of Thami


DISA: Digital Innovation South Africa · 1 January 1990 English

iinyoka neempuku (a short story). Interview: Albie Sachs. Women writers: a separate entity. Olive Schreiner. The shelter of memories (a poem). Zabalaza: the essence of freedom


University of the Witwatersrand English

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Mrs. Violet Weinberg outlined the life of Olive Schreiner, and h*r magnificent contribution to the literature Indian women. Passages irom the w o r ^ of Olive Schreiner were read by Miss Jo*m Anderson, in conclusion


University of the Witwatersrand English

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to Olive Schreiner, con- taining her signature in two places. 376. Books by Olive Schreiner: "Trooper signed by Olive Schreiner. Undated (1904). Three holograph postcards signed by Olive Schreiner, addressed " about October 1908. 382. Photograph of Olive Schreiner and her husband Cronwright Schreiner in a the 1890's. With holograph notes by Olive Schreiner. FINE BOOKS, ANTIQUES AND RARITIES 383.


University of the Witwatersrand English

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and the 100th anniversary of the birth of Olive Schreiner, the great South African writer and humanist Mrs. Violet Weinberg spoke on the life of Olive Schreiner, and her magnificent contribution to the literature


University of the Witwatersrand English

this article within a reasonable period. OLIVE SCHREINER — AN ANNIVERSARY Next year is the hundredth humanist, Olive Schreiner, who was born in March,, 1955. So many things that Olive Schreiner wrote affairs. Read an interesting article about Olive Schreiner in the next issue of “Liberation.” THE TRADES


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should draw up a report for conference, f) Olive Schreiner Centenary ....... check 2. Paace Council


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