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Title The Dingo Boys or the Squatters of Wallaby Range
Author(s) Fenn, George Manville
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1892
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher W. & R Chambers Limited
Library British Library
Region Australasia
Names George Manville Fenn, W. S. Stacey
Places Australia, Northern Australia, Port Haven
Topics contents, novel, fiction, children's literature, adventure, settlers, outback, liin the bush, attitude towards Aborigines, Aborigines (pp7-9, 18-19, 23, 28, 41-53, 74-88, 94-108, 112, 121-146, 149, 156-158, 165-202, 205-207, 209-224, 228-236, 238-287, 302-312), Aborigine religion (p156), cannibalism (pp7, 44), first impressions of Australia (p12), racism (pp23, 43, 149, 230, 236, 258), transport, difficulty of transportation (p27), availability of land (p28), land rights, attitude to land ownership (p127), natural history, snake (pp32, 153-158), kangaroos (pp36-37, 166, 176-179), emus (pp70-71), fear of Aborigines (pp37-38, 40, 56, 121, 139), food, eating grubs (pp81-86), boomerang (pp141-143), lost in the bush (p197), whipping of Aborigine (pp233-234), colonial conflict, battle with Aborigines (pp255-261, 267-270, 276-278, 281-287, 296-302)
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