Across the Magic Line : Growing up in Fiji
As World War II drew ever closer to Fiji young Patsy Thomsett watched her world changing in front of her eyes. The governor in his splendid plumes was still there, as was the elderly lady who could remember the cannibal days. Indians and Fijians still lived in realtive harmony and the rituals of expatriate life continued almost unaltered. But more troubling times were already emerging.Half a century later, Patricia Page, a long-time resident of Paris returned to Fiji with her sister Gay to...[Show more]
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