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Author Willmot, Eric Paul, 1936-

Title Pemulwuy : the rainbow warrior / Eric Willmot
Published Sydney : Bantam, 1988


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  827.03 W7384 A6/P 1988  AVAILABLE
Description 310 pages : 1 illustration, 5 maps ; 22 cm
Summary The novel is delicated to two remarkable Australians who fought and gave their lives against an invader. The first is Pemulwuy who lived in Australia in the last half of the 18th century. Pemuwuy means earth, man of the earth. He was borned around 1756 and died in 1802. He was the rainbow warrior who led the resistance between 1970 and 1802. The second is Charles Nelson Perkins whose spirit and determination are the essence of modern Australia's identity
Analysis Aboriginal Australians Fiction
Australia - History - 1788-1851 Fiction
Pemulwuy, ca. 1756-1802 Fiction
Notes Includes notes on language and on Eora glossary
Bibliography Include bibliographical references
SUBJECT Pemulwuy, approximately 1756-1802 -- Fiction.
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Fiction.
Aboriginal Australians -- First contact with Europeans
Aboriginal Australians -- Wars.
Readers -- Aboriginal Australian
SUBJECT Australia -- History -- 1788-1851 -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Fiction.
Author Bernard Hames Collection
LC no. 2001431118
ISBN 0947189173 (paperback)