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The Olive Schreiner collection at Cradock Public Library
|Statement||catalogued by Shaen Hinchliff & Margaret Houliston.|
|Contributions||Houliston, Margaret., Cradock Public Library.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 89/20677 (D), PR9369.2.S37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||89198704|
Schreiner House Museum: A fascinating museum, lovingly curated - See 42 traveller reviews, 15 candid photos, and great deals for Cradock, South Africa, at Tripadvisor TripAdvisor reviews. OLIVE SCHREINER ( – ) South African writer Olive Schreiner became internationally famous following the success of her first novel, The Story of an African Farm (). She went on to publish allegories, numerous social and political treatises, public letters, short stories, and an extended feminist polemic entitled Woman and Labour.
The Resurrection of Olive Etienne Van Heerden I RECEIVED the Schreiner documents from Miss Elsab? Bouwer of the Cradock Public Library this morning. She had gone to considerable pains: photographs of the stone grave on Buffelskop, an edition of the Nuwe Afri kaner, photostats of documents. And suddenly, along with the smells of. Olive Emilie Albertina Schreiner () was named after her three older brothers, Oliver (), Albert () and Emile (), who died before she was born. She was the ninth of twelve children born to a missionary couple, Gottlob Schreiner and Rebecca Lyndall at the Wesleyan Missionary Society station at Wittebergen in.
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1 Ganna Hoek 2 Oct 20th 3 4 My dear old Will. 5 6 The Fouches are going into Cradock to have their baby baptised & I 7 must take advantage of my chance & send you in a few lines.
8 9 Many thanks for your letter. I suppose you are now in your new 10 quarters which I hope you find comfortable & to your taste. What sort 11 of persons are the Doctor & his wife. Buy The Olive Schreiner collection at Cradock Public Library by Cradock Public Library (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Cradock Public Library. 1 Ganna Hoek 2 Sep 24th 3 4 My dear Miss McNaughton.
5 6 After having six months to pass I feel more than half ashamed to 7 fulfil my promise of writing to you; but in truth I should have done 8 so long ago had I not waited, hoping I should be able to send a 9 likeness when I did write.
10 11 I saw so very little of you in Colesburg but I never met with any one. “The book stands the only one of its kind. It is like seeing visions to read it; and no one can read it understandingly and not be inspired to fresh struggles to attain the true, the good, and the beautiful.” -Public Opinion “Anyone who has read ‘The Story of an African Farm’ will need no urging to read Olive Schreiner’s ‘Dreams.’/5(25).
Olive Schreiner was a South African author, anti-war campaigner and intellectual. She is best remembered today for her novel The Story of an African Farm, 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. Since the Born: 24 MarchWittebergen Reserve.
Johannesburg Public Library: Library of Parliament Cape Town Hunt: Library of Sommerville College, Oxford Women’s Library Autograph Collection: Letter Reference: Olive Schreiner BC16/Box1/Fold3// Archive: University of Cape Town, Manuscripts & Archives, Cape Town. 1 Thurs-day night 2 3 Dear Friends 4 5 I have just heard that J.H.
Hofmeyr is coming over tomorrow at ten 6 o’clock. I am going to the station just to shake hands with him. 7 There is to be a dinner in the evening to which Cron is going - just a 8 private dinner got up by a few friends.
If I were a man I would go too. 9 I got such a delightful letter just now from my brother Will’s wife. The Project is grateful to Manuscripts and Archives, University of Cape Town, for kindly allowing us to transcribe this Olive Schreiner letter, which is part of its Manuscripts and Archives Collections.
The month and year have been written on this letter in an unknown hand. Schreiner stayed at Wagenaars Kraal from 21 February until late July About Olive Schreiner House Museum The Schreiner House at No.
9 Cross Street is one of Cradock's most interesting and attractive old buildings. From until it was home to Olive Schreiner, the world-renowned author and human rights activist, and three of her siblings.
The Schreiner House at No. 9 Cross Street is one of Cradock's most interesting and attractive old buildings. From until it was home to Olive Schreiner, the world-renowned author and human rights activist, and three of her siblings.
Her elder brother Theo was principal of the Government Aided School in Cradock at the time. Olive Schreiner: | | | |Olive Schreiner| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.
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All images; Print Cancel + o-^ Library division & collection. The Schreiner House is just such an attraction it was the home of Olive Schreiner and three of her siblings between and Olive Schreiner was a world-renowned author and human rights activist, her eldest brother, Theo was the Principal at the Government Aided School in Cradock at the time and at the same time her younger brother became.
Olive Schreiner, best known for her book of an African Farm lived here with three of her siblings from toand the house now acts as a museum and representation of her life. Schreiner House houses Olive's personal library, copies of the books she wrote, and exhibitions depicting her life, as well as those of her siblings.
Cradock “A wild and beautiful place” Schreiner lived in Cradock on three occasions. At the age of twelve she went to stay with her brother Theo, the headmaster of the local public school, and read a great deal of books from the public library, where there is still a room named after her.
Olive Schreiner House - Museum in Cradock, home to Olive Schreiner, world famous author, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Olive Schreiner House at 9 Cross Street in Cradock is one of the houses in which Olive Schreiner (), the political activist, feminist and author of the world-renowned novel, The Story of an African Farm, once house, one of the oldest dwellings still standing.
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Author of The Olive Schreiner collection at Cradock Public Library Shaen Hinchliff | Open Library. The Schreiner House at No. 9 Cross Street is one of Cradock's most interesting and attractive old buildings. From until it was home to Olive Schreiner, the world-renowned author and human rights activist, and three of her siblings.
Her elder brother Theo was principal of the Government Aided School in Cradock at the time.4/5(42). Die Autorin ist Olive Schreiner, das 9. von 12 Kindern eines deutschen Auswanderers.
Sie wuchs in Südafrika auf. Durch ihre Bücher, die die Ausbeutung der Schwarzen und die Ungleichberechtigung der Frauen aufzeigen, hat sie wesentlich dazu beigetragen, dass wir heute alle in /5(25).The Schreiner House at No. 9 Cross Street is one of Cradock's most interesting and attractive old buildings.
From until it was home to Olive Schreiner, the world-renowned author and human rights activist, and three of her siblings. Her elder brother Theo was principal of the Government Aided School in Cradock at the time.5/5(42).Olive Schreiner; Olive Schreiner (primary author only) Author division.
Olive Schreiner is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Includes. Olive Schreiner is composed of 7 names. You can examine and separate out names. Combine with.