The second bridegroom
The first novel of a projected trilogy concluding with the already published TCaptivity Captive' (1988). Tells the story of a convict transported to Australia and his escape to the mysterious and incomprehensible bush. The author, a novelist and poet, won the Miles Franklin Award in 1982 for TJust Relations', and is currently Chair of the Australia Council.
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