The Plantation Dream : Developing British New Guinea and Papua, 1884-1942.
This study began and begins as an account of land settlement by Europeans and of the vicissitudes of expatriate plantation agriculture in British New Guinea and Papua between 1 884 and 1 942 . It became and becomes at the same time a narrative of the settler experience and a prolonged meditation upon the moral difficulties that surrounded and surround the Western intrusion.
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