The Road from Coorain - Chapter 7, The Nardoo Stones Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, The Nardoo Stones Summary and Analysis

Conway eventually decided that she would attend the University of Sydney. The campus excited her. In late 1952, Conway consulted the Adviser to Women Students and they settled on a first-year program. At first Conway was shy and lonely. She could not blend in and worried about her mother. Her courses were difficult and often focused excessively on fine points of detail. She became bored and decided to drop out. Barry was just leaving Coorain and would be using his new Auster aircraft to launch a country air charter service; he was happy from then on and he was very talented at his job. He found his own way and his group of friends expanded.

Conway's mother became increasingly sick. Her gallbladder became inflamed, she had high blood pressure and her thyroid enlarged. Due to hyperthyroidism...

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