Alice Werner (26 June 1859 - 9 June 1935 / Trieste)
Alice Werner was a miscellaneous writer, poet and teacher of the Bantu language. She has lived in New Zealand, Mexico, America and throughout Europe. She was initially educated in Germany before moving to England.
After visiting Nyasaland in 1893 and Natal in 1894, her writings were focused on African themes.
In 1917 she became a part of the School of Oriental Studies, moving up ... more »
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