We of the Never Never is a classic of Australian literature by Jeannie Gunn, depicting the enduring hardships of life in the Australian outback and exploring Australian themes relating to the love of the land, enduring comradeship and the fight against prejudice. The novel provides symbols of what made the country different from anywhere else, underwriting the Australian legend of life.
Jeannie Gunn OBE (pen name, Mrs Aeneas Gunn) (5 June 1870 – 9 June 1961) was an Australian novelist, teacher and Returned and Services League of Australia (RSL) volunteer.
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