Mary Gaunt: independent colonial woman. By Bronwen Hickman

Born on the Victorian goldfields, she was bright and adventurous and first through the door when Melbourne University finally admitted women. She travelled through West African mahogany forests and across China, and lived by her pen when ‘nice’ women didn’t. She died in occupied France during the Second World War.

ISBN: 9781922129369

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Born on the Victorian goldfields, she was bright and adventurous and first through the door when Melbourne University finally admitted women. She travelled through West African mahogany forests and across China, and lived by her pen when ‘nice’ women didn’t. She died in occupied France during the Second World War.

ISBN: 9781922129369

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Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 23.3 × 15.5 × 2.5 cm

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