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Dr Wilson

Dr Wilson (personal name unknown) was Schreiner’s doctor while she lived in Hanover during the period between 1900 and 1907. No further information is known about Dr Wilson, although Schreiner commented in a 1917 letter to his wife, “He was a true doctor. In all my large experience of the profession I have met no more sincere & earnest man; intent on doing his best for all whom he treated.”
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collection icon SCCS Edited Extracts: Four groups of edited extracts from Olive Schreiner's letters can be accessed from here, made by her estranged husband Cronwr... Show/Hide Collection Letters
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