Margaret J. Daymond

Standard Name: Daymond, Margaret J.


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Family and Intimate relationships Frances Colenso
Once in Natal, Bishop Colenso took the side of the natives against Boer oppression;
Chisholm, Hugh, editor. Encyclopaedia Britannica. Cambridge University Press, 1911.
however, as critic Margaret Daymond notes, he did not set himself against war as such; it was the injustices of a...
Family and Intimate relationships Frances Colenso
FC had a clandestine relationship with the married Colonel Anthony Durnford , whose estranged wife was living in England. FC supported him in his sympathy for the Zulu people, and wrote a number of works...
Literary responses Frances Colenso
My Chief and I was received with mixed reviews: many remarked on its obvious bias. One early critic wrote that FC was reckless in her accusations, fastening on every chance remark and scrap of rumor...
Reception Frances Colenso
Although her works are little known, FC is nevertheless recognized for her efforts in attempting to bring about political change in a mostly male-dominated colonial South Africa. As critic Margaret Daymond writes in her...


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