"The Sunlight Lay Across My Bed"

Title"The Sunlight Lay Across My Bed"
Year for Search1890
AuthorsSchreiner, Olive [Emilie Albertina](1855-1920)
Secondary TitleThe New Review
Volume / Edition2.11 - 12
Pagination300-09; 423-31
Date PublishedApril - May 1890
KeywordsFemale author, South African author
Annotation

Hell is depicted as a seeming eutopia but revealed as a dystopia where everyone tries to injure everyone else. Some description of Heaven.

Additional Publishers

Rpt in her Dreams (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1891), 133-82.

Holding Institutions

L, LLL, NLS

Author Note

The author (1855-1920) was born in South Africa and lived there much of the time until World War I.

Full Text

1890 Schreiner, Olive [Emilie Albertina] (1855-1920). “The Sunlight Lay Across My Bed.” The New Review 2.11 - 12 (April - May 1890): 300-09; 423-31. Rpt in her Dreams (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1891), 133-82. L, LLL, NLS

Hell is depicted as a seeming eutopia but revealed as a dystopia where everyone trys to injure everyone else. Some description of Heaven. The female author was born in South Africa and lived there much of the time until World War I.