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  • We of the Never-Never and the Little Black Princess, special condensed edition
  • Jeannie Gunn
  • 19 July 2018
  • 0207145237

About the Author: Jeannie Gunn

We of the Never Never the Never-Never PDF/EPUB æ is an autobiographical novel by Jeannie Gunn Although published as a novel, it is an account of the author s experiences in at Elsey Station near Mataranka, Northern Territory in which she changed the names of people to obscure their identities She published this book under the pen name Mrs Aeneas GunnMrs Gunn was the first white woman to settle in the area Her husband was a partner in Elsey cattle station on the Roper River, some miles km south of Darwin On We of eBook µ January the couple sailed for Port Darwin so that he could take up his role as the station s new manager In Palmerston Darwin , Mrs Gunn was discouraged from accompanying her husband to the station on the basis that as a woman she would be out of place on a station such as the Elsey However, she travelled south and her book describes the journey and settling in However on March Aeneas died of malarial dysentery and Jeannie returned to Melbourne shortly afterwards.



10 thoughts on “We of the Never-Never and the Little Black Princess, special condensed edition

  1. Jenny Kirkby Jenny Kirkby says:

    I loved both these books We of the Never Never was probably not quite as engaging as The Little Black Princess but I loved the journey it took me on into life in the outback Having lived in Darwin I felt immersed in the country that I had only seen in passing in the territory I loved everything I learnt about indigenous culture in both books but it was particularly rich in The Little Black Princess I flinched at some of the language used that is so unacceptable in society today, but as I loved both these books We of the Never Never was probably not quite as engaging as The Little Black Princess but I loved the journey it took me on into life in the outback Having lived in Darwin I felt immersed in the country that I had only seen in passing in the territory I loved everything I learnt about indigenous culture in both books but it was particularly rich in The Little Black Princess I flinched at some of the language used that is so unacceptable in society today, but as it wasn t used in a derogatory manner it didn t detract from the beautiful journey these books took me on

  2. Elizabeth S Elizabeth S says:

    I can see why this is a classic in Australian literature Thank goodness I had a friend who lived in Australia for a few years and sent this to me What an amazing and true story It does help to read the background of the story first, because Mrs Gunn just jumps right into relating her experiences in the Australian bush in the early 1900s She doesn t really explain why she was there or give any background It didn t take me long to adjust, and I thoroughly enjoyed the whole thing I was ama I can see why this is a classic in Australian literature Thank goodness I had a friend who lived in Australia for a few years and sent this to me What an amazing and true story It does help to read the background of the story first, because Mrs Gunn just jumps right into relating her experiences in the Australian bush in the early 1900s She doesn t really explain why she was there or give any background It didn t take me long to adjust, and I thoroughly enjoyed the whole thing I was amazed by how someone over 100 years ago was so accepting of and interested in another culture

  3. Kiliyan Kiliyan says:

    So, these are two separate stories and I m really happy I didn t stop at the first one, because We of the Never Never was quite boring Nothing much happened It s one of those stories that is only fun if you were actually there Like Cheon, the Chinese fellow Mrs Gunn mentions to be very important beyond his basic function as a cook and gardener, but barely elaborates, so you don t get to know this person that for some reason unknown meant so much to her and the entire settlement.That fir So, these are two separate stories and I m really happy I didn t stop at the first one, because We of the Never Never was quite boring Nothing much happened It s one of those stories that is only fun if you were actually there Like Cheon, the Chinese fellow Mrs Gunn mentions to be very important beyond his basic function as a cook and gardener, but barely elaborates, so you don t get to know this person that for some reason unknown meant so much to her and the entire settlement.That first book would only be 2 stars for me.The little black princess on the other hand was4 stars, and thus I arrive at 3 stars overall.The story of the this little aboriginal girl and her people interacting with the settlement was very interesting and what I hoped the whole novel would be like You learn so much about their culture and beliefs and it s just funny and heartwarming at times I really struggled with the first story, but adored the second one.Overall, forcing myself through the first story has paid off in getting to experience the second story, so I might recommend just skipping straight to the little black princess Bett Bett

  4. Renay Renay says:

    although we get used to certain styles of writing, and then read with a kind of expectancy, sometimesother styles of writing can be enjoyable as well we of the never never is written in an oddly simple manner, no flowerey prose, no waxing poetic just a simple story sometimes this book was a little hard to read because it does use language that you have to think about aussie slang circa 1900, northern territory bushman style i would be interested to see the movie adaptation of the story.a although we get used to certain styles of writing, and then read with a kind of expectancy, sometimesother styles of writing can be enjoyable as well we of the never never is written in an oddly simple manner, no flowerey prose, no waxing poetic just a simple story sometimes this book was a little hard to read because it does use language that you have to think about aussie slang circa 1900, northern territory bushman style i would be interested to see the movie adaptation of the story.and towards the end is a real celebration of thankfullness for the blessings the maluka and his missus have been given.it is nice to be reminded how lucky we are, and how simple life can be if you let it.i wouldn t recommend the book to read, unless you were really super keen on aussie history or a fan of mrs anneas gunn or something the little black princess was a lovely short story, easy to read, and finish in a sitting i like it

  5. Sue Sue says:

    Another book for the Read Around the World Scheme run by the library service I am enjoying this century old book and the incongruence between racial attitudes then and now The author seems to have been a most unusual woman for her time She explains life on the cattle stations of the Northern Territories of Australia which she experienced as a newly wed, amusingly and with very effective descriptions Lovely stories of life in a different place and different time, written effectively and affec Another book for the Read Around the World Scheme run by the library service I am enjoying this century old book and the incongruence between racial attitudes then and now The author seems to have been a most unusual woman for her time She explains life on the cattle stations of the Northern Territories of Australia which she experienced as a newly wed, amusingly and with very effective descriptions Lovely stories of life in a different place and different time, written effectively and affectionately Very enjoyable

  6. Cai Cai says:

    I found this book so incredibly hard to push through In the end I only did it for Book Club The second story was much easier to read I selected this for a Reading Challenge as a book based on a true story

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