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Ansted, Josephine



Ansted's only known novel, The Son of a Bondwoman (1925), is a sensational tale of infidelity, madness and murder that moves through settings ranging from a Victorian sheep station, to Melbourne, London, Europe and Queensland. It was followed the next year by a poem and a short story published in the Triad.

Published resources


  • Ansted, Josephine, The son of the bondwoman, H. G. Forster, Sydney, 1925, 380 pp. Details

Rachael Weaver