2 edition of little black princess of the Never-Never. found in the catalog.
little black princess of the Never-Never.
Jeannie (Taylor) Gunn
by Angus and Robertson in [London]
|LC Classifications||DU397.5 G85 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||107|
The little black princess of the Never-Never. London: Hodder and Stoughton. MLA Citation. Gunn, Aeneas. The little black princess of the Never-Never / by Mrs. Aeneas Gunn Hodder and Stoughton London Australian/Harvard Citation. Gunn, Aeneas. , The little black princess of the Never-Never / by Mrs. Aeneas Gunn Hodder and Stoughton London. The favourite of generations of Australians since it was first published in , We of the Never-Never can truly be called a classic. About the Author Aeneas Gunn was the author of We of the Never-Never, published in During and after World War I she worked tirelessly to support the servicemen of Monbulk, Victoria who she referred to as 5/5(4).
form y We of the Never Never Peter Schreck, (dir. Igor Auzins) Australia: Adams Packer Film Productions, Z single work film/TV (taught in 6 units) Abstract. Based on Jeannie Gunn's fictionalised autobiography of the same name, the story begins in with the arrival of Mrs Gunn and her new husband Aeneas in the Northern Territory. The little black princess of the Never-Never. Melbourne: Robertson & Mullens. MLA Citation. Gunn, Aeneas. The little black princess of the Never-Never / by Mrs. Aeneas Gunn Robertson & Mullens Melbourne Australian/Harvard Citation. Gunn, Aeneas. , The little black princess of the Never-Never / by Mrs. Aeneas Gunn Robertson & Mullens.
, English, Book, Illustrated edition: The little black princess: a true tale of life in the Never-Never land / by Jeannie Gunn. Gunn, Aeneas, Mrs, Get this edition. Buy the Paperback Book The Little Black Princess; A True Tale Of Life In The Never-never Land by Gunn Jeannie at , Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders.
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Little Black Princess book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. We of the Never Never 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 /5. We of the Never-Never is presented in a special condensed edition, the Little Black Princess is presented as the full original text.
"We of the Never Never is an Australian classic and deserves to be one; its imagery and wordplay are unlike any. We of the Never-Never does nothing to make you care for the assorted host of characters.
Everyone seems to be a charicature, not a true person. Rather boring, would not recommend. Little Black Princess is much more enjoyable, you care for Bett-Bett and learn very interesting things concerning the culture at that time.
Would recommend.3/5(3). The Little Black Princess of the Never-Never Unknown Binding – January 1, See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback "Please retry" Manufacturer: Angus & Robertson.
We of the Never Never and The Little Black Princess are two classics of Australian literature written by Jeannie Gunn, better known as Aenas Gunn. In Mrs Gunn accompanied her husband to the remote Elsey cattle station near the Roper River in the Northern Territory.
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Encouraged by friends, Jeannie wrote The Little Black Princess () and We of the Never-Never (), the second of which detailed actual events which occurred at the station.
Gunn writings reflect sympathy and affection for the 4/5(1). Genre/Form: Fiction Juvenile works Juvenile fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gunn, Jeannie, Little black princess of the Never-Never.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gunn, Jeannie, Little black princess of the Never-Never. Melbourne, Robertson & Mullens . : The Little Black Princess of the Never-Never: VG+ original illustrated olive-green cloth, gift inscription to ffep, else very clean throughout, illustrated with b&w plates, in GD+ slightly flecked & worn DW.
The Little Black Princess: a True Tale of life in the Never-Never Land, published in and revised inchronicled the childhood of an Indigenous Australian protagonist named Bett-Bett.
Gunn's second book, We of the Never Never (), was styled as a novel but was actually a recounting of her time in the Northern Territory with only the. The little black princess; a true tale of life in the Never-never land Item Preview remove-circle Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).
Pages: ''The Little Black Princess of the Never Never" by Mrs Aeneas Gunn: published in Melbourne by Robertson & Mullens Ltd, no date, this edition published per Muir Bound in octavo size pictorial cloth.
Illustrated with monochrome photography and. From inside the book. What Jeannie Gunn Snippet view - The little black princess of the Never-Never Jeannie Gunn Snippet view - The little black princess of the Never-Never Territory old blackfellow old broody painted finches Pandanus phratry piccaninny pidgin play-about plenty savey poolooloomees poor little Port Essington.
She quietly announced to the congregation that she was Bett Bett, the Aboriginal servant girl featured in We of the Never-Never and the lead character in The Little Black Princess books by Jeannie Gunn.
now part of Australian folklore. It had been thought that Bett Bett had disappeared into the vast Australian bush in The Little Black Princess; A True Tale of Life in the Never-Never Land by Gunn Jeannie, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Excerpt from The Little Black Princess: A True Tale of Life in the Never-Never Land Bett-bett must have been a Princess, for she was a King's niece, and if that does not make a Princess of any one, it ought to do so!/5(68).
Title: The Little Black Princess; a True Tale of Life in the Never-never Land Format: Paperback Dimensions: pages, X X in Published: Octo Publisher: Franklin Classics Language: English.
My Great Grandmother, Bett-Bett the Little Black Princess. the Aboriginal servant girl featured in We of the Never-Never and the lead character in The Little Black Princess books by Jeannie Gunn.
now part of Australian folklore. It had been thought that Bett Bett had disappeared into the vast Australian bush in Title: The Little Black Princess A True Tale of Life in the Never-Never Land Author: Jeannie Gunn Release Date: [EBook #] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE LITTLE BLACK PRINCESS *** Produced by Walter Moore from page images generously provided by the HathiTrust.
Cover illustration of rainforest black on green. Glued in newspaper clipping about Mrs Gunn and her books inside the front cover. No date or newspaper name. Size x x 18mm Object Registration Historical information A copy of a famous book that was given to Legacy by the author, who inscribed the gift.
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