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Atie makanya sang for queen victoria in england in 1891, yet back in south africa she once cleaned house for a white woman she spoke five. In 1995 her memoir was published by mccord's daughter, margaret mccord, as ' the calling of katie makanya' written as an oral testimony that spans from the. Catherine burns introduces an interview by thengani ngwenya with margaret mccord on her book, the calling of katie makanya which calls up. This paper analyzes the calling of katie makanya (1995) by margaret mccord as a collaborative autobiography katie's motive for wanting her story to be.