C. S. Nicholls

Standard Name: Nicholls, C. S.
Used Form: Christine Nicholls


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Literary responses Elspeth Huxley
The Times Literary Supplement called her book objective, accurate, and amusing, good politics, and a book to be recommended strongly to all concerned to help.
Nicholls, C. S. Elspeth Huxley. HarperCollins.
EH 's biographer, Christine Nicholls , calls it a...
Literary responses Elspeth Huxley
Ruth Harris in the Times Literary Supplement called this one of the few books that really smells of Africa.
Nicholls, C. S. Elspeth Huxley. HarperCollins.
Darrell Bates in the Sunday Telegraph said that EH knew the black and white Kenyans...
Literary responses Elspeth Huxley
EH 's reputation remains highly controversial. Kenyan novelist, playwright and critic Ngugi wa Thiong'o (then writing under the name of James Ngugi ) attacked her in Homecoming: Essays on African and Caribbean Literature, Culture and...
Textual Features Elspeth Huxley
The book covers roughly the years 1913-14.
Nicholls, C. S. Elspeth Huxley. HarperCollins.
In it EH 's parents appear as resourceful, resilient and intrepid a pair of pioneers as ever set out with small knowledge but high hopes,
British Book News. British Council.
(1959): 343
Textual Production Elspeth Huxley
Nicholls feels that Norah Smallwood missed a trick by failing to jump at the chance when EH first suggested a sequel to The Flame Trees of Thika, which she did when delivering the first...


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Nicholls, C. S. Elspeth Huxley. HarperCollins, 2002.
Blake, Robert, and C. S. Nicholls, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography, 1971-1980. Oxford University Press, 1986.
Nicholls, C. S., editor. The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing Persons. Oxford University Press, 1993.