The Legacy of Guilt: A Life of Thomas Kendall
This book is a detailed account of Thomas Kendall’s extraordinary life. Thomas Kendall was one of the more fascinating, colourful and enigmatic figures in an evolving social landscape. Arriving in New Zealand in 1814, Kendall found the strain of surviving in an isolated land, combined with his self-torturing Evangelical beliefs, led to conflict, compromise, scandal and, ultimately, an intense sense of failure. The latest edition has been updated with a new introduction, illustrations and critical insights that provide an essential contemporary perspective at a time when Maori-Pakeha relations are to the fore – a reminder that cross cultural complexities are nothing new.
|Dimensions||170 × 240 mm|
Paperback / softback