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A First Year in Canterbury Settlement

by Samuel Butler

In "A First Year in Canterbury Settlement," take a leap back in time to the raw, untamed days of European colonization in 19th-century New Zealand. Samuel Butler, the keen-eyed narrator and pioneer, shares a riveting tale of survival, adaptation, and ambition. Imagine the thrill of embarking on a new life in an uncharted land, grappling with the enigmatic forces of nature and the intricate relationships with the indigenous Maori people. Samuel Butler's journey is not just a personal saga; it's a snapshot of a defining era in history, a struggle for foothold in the face of adversity, and an ode to human resilience.

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English

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English

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1863

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Samuel Butler

United Kingdom

Samuel Butler was an English novelist and critic. He is best known for the satirical utopian novel Erewhon (1872) and the semi-autobiographical The Way of All Flesh, published posthumously in 1903. Bo...

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