The Protector

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Set in Colonial Adelaide and its environs during the years 1839 to 1841, The Protector records and explores the relationships between Aboriginal and European residents of a unique British Colony. While both government and many settlers aspired to a fair and just treatment of the land's traditional owners, frontier conflicts inevitably occurred. More

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About Gwenneth Walton

Gwenneth Walton is a retired librarian living in Adelaide, South Australia.
As well as a BA in Librarianship she holds a Masters degree and a PhD in Creative Writing
from Adelaide University. Her writing interests include the 19th century colonization of South Australia by free settlers. She uses Jungian literary theory and comparative mythology to explore the meeting of European and Aboriginal cultures, but chooses to write simple, uncomplicated narrative fiction.

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Review by: ethoskin on July 22, 2015 :
Love Australian history and this was an interesting perspective on early European attitudes to indigenous Australians.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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