The Fringe Dwellers

by Nene Gare
The Fringe Dwellers

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First published in 1961, The Fringe Dwellers is a landmark novel in set in a remote area of Western Australia, telling the story of two part-Aboriginal sisters, Noonah and Trilby, living in a family camp on the fringe of white society. Whilst Noonah is largely accepting of her situation, Trilby, a complex and intriguing character growing up between two worlds and cultures struggles to do the same. Fighting inner turmoil and confusion she yearns to find the direction and purpose that will truly make her happy.
About the book

First published in 1961, The Fringe Dwellers is a landmark novel in set in a remote area of Western Australia, telling the story of two part-Aboriginal sisters, Noonah and Trilby, living in a family camp on the fringe of white society. Whilst Noonah is largely accepting of her situation, Trilby, a complex and intriguing character growing up between two worlds and cultures struggles to do the same. Fighting inner turmoil and confusion she yearns to find the direction and purpose that will truly make her happy.