The Road from Coorain - Chapter 9, The Right Country Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, The Right Country Summary and Analysis

When they returned to Sydney, Conway did not immediately move out. Coorain needed tending to due to a new breeding strategy. They now sold mostly to Japan and the Japanese demanded different styles of wool. Conway took a teaching assistantship in the History Department as an M.A. student in Australian history. She then had economic independence and loved teaching. She had no course work and simply found her own thesis topic, an adviser and went on to write. Her adviser was John Ward. She published several articles derived from her undergraduate honors thesis and the essays were well-received. She received a reputation as a future contributor to Australian history.

She was now a member of a new society. They ignored generational differences and academic hierarchy was minor. Students called their professors by their first...

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