Gertrude Page

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Gertrude Eliza Page (1872, Erdington - 1 April 1922, Mazoe District, Southern Rhodesia) was an Anglo-Rhodesian novelist.[1]


Educated at Bedford High School, Page wrote for the Girl's Own Paper as a teenager. Marrying Alec Dobbin in 1902, she moved with him to Rhodesia, where she died in 1922.[1]


  • Where the strange roads go down, 1910
  • Jill's Rhodesian philosophy, or, The dam farm, 1910
  • The Rhodesian, 1912
  • Paddy the Next Best Thing (1912)
  • The pathway, 1914


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