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By Tansley, Tangea
In 1856, Simon Kozminsky travelled from Prussia to begin a new life in the fledgling colony of Victoria. In the heady days of the gold rush, he established a jewellery house that would gain world renown.
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A novel set in Northern Transvaal, South Africa, describing the tribulations of a widow with a young son, and the problems of an inheritance and managing a remote farm in a politically unstable period and territory around 1978 and after.
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By Tansley, Tangea; Coton, Ken
In Perspectives, Tangea Tansley offers a reflection of the world we live in told from a range of points of view. Sad, happy, funny, true - both the stories and memoir evoke all the pain, wonder and, sometimes, the joy of the human condition. Many have received awards, been publis ...
'I say to you, Dana, come prepared to enjoy yourself. That's the only way this will work...' When, finally, Dana turns her back on her own career to join her husband Dekker on a company camp in Saudi Arabia, she smothers her apprehension with the conviction that she is doing the ...
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