File:Olive Schreiner.jpg

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Description: Olive Schreiner, South African writer and feminist

Source: Ratsumies Peter Halket Mashonamaasta (published in 1909 in Finland), by Olive Schreiner (1855–1920), translated by Aino Malmberg (1865–1933).

Kuvaus: Olive Schreiner, eteläafrikkalainen kirjailija ja feministi

Lähde: Ratsumies Peter Halket Mashonamaasta (julkaistu vuonna 1909 Suomessa), kirjoittanut Olive Schreiner (1855–1920), kääntänyt Aino Malmberg (1865–1933).


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