Manganinnie Beth Roberts

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Manganinnie  by  Beth Roberts

Manganinnie by Beth Roberts
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Manganinnie, an old Tasmanian Aborigine, is separated from her people in the Black Drive of 1830. Desolate, she takes a little white girl named Joanna to share her life, passing on to her the ways of her tribe.

This is the touching story of aMoreManganinnie, an old Tasmanian Aborigine, is separated from her people in the Black Drive of 1830. Desolate, she takes a little white girl named Joanna to share her life, passing on to her the ways of her tribe.

This is the touching story of a courageous and loving woman striving to preserve a unique culture. ‘Manganinnie’, a novel, is an authentic and compassionate treatment of a tragic episode. First published in 1979, it is widely regarded as a classic of Australian children’s literature and has also won acclaim from the Aboriginal community, educationists, and readers of all ages. Beth Roberts, a sixth generation Australian, was brought up near Bothwell in Tasmania. ‘Manganinnie’ draws on her own childhood experiences of the Australian bush and reflects her deep love of it. Manganinnie is also an AFI Award-winning 1980 film.



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