Kangaroo by D. H. Lawrence

Large book cover: Kangaroo


Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide
ISBN/ASIN: 1410101754

Writer Richard Somers and his wife Harriet leave exhausted post-war Europe in the hope of rebuilding their marriage in a new and freer world. In Australia, in an idyllic cottage by the sea, they believe they have finally realized their dream - until they meet and become involved with Kangaroo, the influential and charismatic leader of a secret fascist army called the Diggers. Much of the writing in this novel is based on Lawrence's experiences in Australia.

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