By Maureen Mitson
Elizabeth Mansutti, former Chairperson of the SA Writers' Centre, neighborhood historian, writer, poet, playwright and writer of Mary Lee - enable her identify be honoured, which impressed this novel, writes, 'Mary Lee used to be defined through a modern as "fiery". i believe that during Beatrice she chanced on an acquaintance of comparable ilk, and via framing that partnership during this tale the writer creates the automobile for pleasing our interest approximately Mary Lee and her major social contribution. i believe it a smart flow that's complemented through the finely drawn descriptions of the colonial society of that period.'
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