In 1902, newly-married Jeannie Gunn (Mrs Aeneas Gunn) left the security and comfort of her Melbourne home to travel to the depths of the Northern Territory, Australia, where her husband had been appointed manager of 'The Elsey', a large cattle station. One of the very few white women in the area, she was at first resented by people on and around the station, till her warmth and spirit won their affection and respect. This is her moving and simple account of her life amidst the beauty and cruelty of the land, and the isolation and loneliness.weiterlesen
First published in 1908, this is a classic account of a year of life spent on a remote Australian cattle station. Though styled as a novel, the book is based on author Aeneas Gunn's experiences as wife of the manager of a cattle station in the Northern Territory. Infused with a sense of life on the land, the story recounts her struggles and triumphs to fit in as one of the first white women seen in the area. We of the Never-Never has been hailed as a minor masterpiece, and Marie-Louise Walker performs a beautiful narration with sensitive characterizations.
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