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It's Raining in Mango

Thea Astley


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PUBLISHED: 28th June 2010
ISBN: 9780143204749
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Wresting his family from the easy living of 19th-century Sydney, Cornelius Laffey takes them to northern Queensland where thousands of hopefuls are digging for gold in the mud. They confront the horror of Aboriginal dispossession, and Cornelius is sacked for reporting the slaughter. An unforgettable tale of the other side of Australia's heritage.
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  • Paperback
    $10.14
PUBLISHED: 28th June 2010
ISBN: 9780143204749
ANNOTATION:
Wresting his family from the easy living of 19th-century Sydney, Cornelius Laffey takes them to northern Queensland where thousands of hopefuls are digging for gold in the mud. They confront the horror of Aboriginal dispossession, and Cornelius is sacked for reporting the slaughter. An unforgettable tale of the other side of Australia's heritage.

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Wresting his family from the easy living of 19th-century Sydney, Cornelius Laffey takes them to northern Queensland where thousands of hopefuls are digging for gold in the mud. They confront the horror of Aboriginal dispossession, and Cornelius is sacked for reporting the slaughter. An unforgettable tale of the other side of Australia's heritage.

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Wresting his family from the easy living of 19th-century Sydney, Cornelius Laffey takes them to northern Queensland where thousands of hopefuls are digging for gold in the mud. They confront the horror of Aboriginal dispossession, and Cornelius is sacked for reporting the slaughter. This is an unforgettable tale of the other side of Australia's heritage.

Author Biography

Thea Astley is the author of The Well Dressed Explorer, The Slow Natives, The Acolyte, Drylands (all winners of the Miles Franklin Award), A Kindness Cup, Hunting the Wild Pineapple, Beachmasters, Reaching Tin River, and The Multiple Effects of Rainshadow.

Product Details

Author
Thea Astley
Pages
240
Publisher
Penguin Books Australia
Year
2010
ISBN-10
0143204742
ISBN-13
9780143204749
Format
Paperback
Publication Date
2010-06-28
Subtitle
Popular Penguins
Country of Publication
Australia
Series
Popular Penguins
Language
English
Media
Book
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