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Paris Savages (Katherine Johnson, Ventura)

Katherine Johnson’s fourth novel is a poignant imagining of the true story of three young Aboriginal people—Bonny, Dorondera and Jurano—who in 1882 agree to tour Europe with German engineer Hans Müller and his 16-year-old daughter Hilda as ‘live exhibits’ in ‘human zoos’. Despite Müller’s reassurance that his vision is to...

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