This is a trilogy of Olive Schreiner's farm novels, Undine, The Story of an African Farm and From Man to Man. The author was pitch-forked into prominence by the publication in 1883 of The Story of an African Farm, originally published under the pseudonym 'Ralph Iron'. The other two novels were published posthumously. Undine was in fact completed before The Story of an African Farm, and many consider From Man to Man, the book she cherished most, to be her best novel. Karoo Moon
is classic Africana by South Africa's first internationally recognised
author; and each of the novels has strongly autobiographical elements,
helping the reader to understand a remarkable woman who went on to
become an outspoken anti-colonial, pro-Boer campaigner during the
Anglo-Boer War, South Africa's first feminist, and a prescient supporter
of her disfranchised fellow citizens.