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Het gedoemde landgoed

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Hardcover, 248 pages
Published 1959 by Thijmfonds (first published 1956)
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See message 6 of the Netherlands & Flanders group Spring Challenge 2014 for a review in Dutch.

The story is about a fairly well-to-do family on a farm near Geraldton (WA), Australia, and takes place during the turn of the 19th/20th century. After the death of the mother, the father sends his three youngest children, two girls and a boy, off to school in Melbourne, while he keeps the eldest two, two boys of 16 and 18, at home. By far the largest part of the story is told by Adelaide, the middl
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(Julian) Randolph Stow was born in Geraldton, Western Australia, in 1935. He lectured in English Literature at the University of Adelaide, the University of Western Australia and University of Leeds. His novel To the Islands won the Miles Franklin Award in 1958. He was awarded the Patrick White Literary Award in 1979. He lived in England and died May 2010.
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