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SPOILERS Seriously, DO NOT read on unless you have already read the book!So strong was my understanding that I was reading historical fiction about colonial Australia – about the invasion of the British and the impact on the indigenous peoples – that I honestly did not see the twist coming, not at all.Here, the landscape triumphs as the third party, the unchanging, unconquerable land that one must adapt to, not change to suit.A silent, uncaring witness to conflict, but a vulnerable, fragile one, too. It is an underlying idea that meanders through the narrative, always present but in the background, a truth against which the conflict of colonisation plays out.I mentioned Never Let Me Go before – it has a similarly confronting ‘twist’ several chapters in that I did not see coming, and I was so dismayed to find that, as the book gained popularity – and particularly once the film came out – everyone was so free with the word ‘clones’. – have done the same thing with Coleman’s novel; I didn’t check, but in this case the word would be ‘aliens’.
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Or, rather, it’s several decades later, when ‘invasion’ has become ‘settlement’.
To the Toads, all humans were nothing more than animals.
With no distinctions between humans, no rights, no countries, the human race was in the process of homogenisation. Humans had in the past sought to assimilate all humans into one group – to breed out colour, destroy other cultures.
Coleman’s Terra Nullius is instantly recognisable as a colonial narrative written from a post-colonial – and indigenous – perspective.
The setting – the hot, arid and vast terrain of Western Australia – is so richly drawn I felt that suffocating heat, the scarcity of water, the desperate need for shade.The characters are divided into two – the Settlers and the Natives – and the ideological and cultural misunderstandings between them, especially on the side of the Settlers, is palpable.
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They didn’t go to the game together, but they saw each other that weekend. Page Six is careful to point out that, since Foxx is friendly with his co-star Tom Cruise, who is also Holmes’s ex-husband, the couple is “treading carefully.” But they may still be a couple! Poor Cruise, wondering to himself as he floats through the solar system on one of his morning constitutionals, “Is it the Oscar? Suri asking Foxx to change form or to make his fingertips glow or take her to Neptune again, and thus learning a valuable lesson that not all the adult men in her life are exactly the same. Good luck to Jamie and Katie, two famous people who aren’t famous at this point that it will blot out all the light that lets the relationship grow.… continue reading »
Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore has been accused of having sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl 40 years ago. 14 year old girls courting adult men isn't entirely uncommon.— Kathryn Brightbill ✒ (@KEBrightbill) November 10, 2017Brightbill, who was home-schooled from first grade to high school graduation, pointed out in an op-ed for the Los Angeles Times why some people are not bothered by the allegations.“We need to talk about the segment of American culture that probably doesn’t think the allegations against Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore are particularly damning, the segment that will blanch at only two accusations in the Washington Post expose: He pursued a 14-year-old-girl without first getting her parents’ permission, and he initiated sexual contact outside of marriage,” wrote Brightbill.“That segment is evangelicalism.… continue reading »