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Dancing with Strangers is Inga Clendinnen?s seminal account of the moment in January 1788 when the First Fleet arrived in Sydney Harbour and a thousand British men and women, some of them convicts and some of them free, encountered the Australians living there. 'These people mixed with ours,? wrote a British observer after landfall, 'and all hands danced together.? What followed would shape relations between the peoples for the next two centuries.
Author: Inga Clendinnen
Dimensions: 128 x 196mm
Publisher: The Text Publishing Company
Published Date: August 2017