Historiography of Selected Works on Cecil John Rhodes (1853–1902)

@article{McFarlane2007HistoriographyOS,
  title={Historiography of Selected Works on Cecil John Rhodes (1853–1902)},
  author={R. A. McFarlane},
  journal={History in Africa},
  year={2007},
  volume={34},
  pages={437 - 446}
}
The historiography of Cecil John Rhodes may be divided into two broad categories: chauvinistic approval or utter vilification. In the Introduction to Colossus of Southern Africa, Lockhart and Woodhouse wrote: “Those who hated [Rhodes] most were those who knew him least, and those most admired and loved him were those who knew him best.” The earlier works written soon after Rhodes death, and usually by his “intima[te]” friends, constitute the first group. Later works written by historians and… Expand

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