For the Term of His Natural Life

Marcus Clarke

For the Term of His Natural Life
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For the Term of His Natural Life

Marcus Clarke

For The Term of His Natural Life (1874) - Marcus Clarke’s book is a both a ripping yarn and a novelisation of life as a convict in Australia. The tale follows Rufus Dawes, convicted for a murder that he did not commit. The novel was based on Clarke’s research and a visit to the penal settlement of Port Arthur, Tasmania. Author Marcus Clarke was an English-born Australian journalist, poet, editor and playwright best-known for his novel For the Term of his Natural Life, regarded as a classic work about convictism in Australia. The book has been adapted into plays and films

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