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Ethel Pedley

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Cause of death  Cancer
Role  Author
Occupation  Author, Musician
Movies  Dot and the Kangaroo
Years active  1882-1898
Siblings  Arthur Dolby Pedley
Name  Ethel Pedley

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Full Name  Ethel Charlotte Pedley
Born  June 19, 1859 (1859-06-19) Acton, London, England.
Resting place  Waverly Cemetery, Bronte, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Died  August 6, 1898, Darlinghurst, Australia
Alma mater  Royal Academy of Music (1882)
Books  Dot and the Kangaroo
Parents  Eliza Dolby, Frederick Pedley

Ethel Charlotte Pedley (19 June 1859 – 6 August 1898) was an Australian author and musician.

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Pedley's most well-known book is Dot and the Kangaroo, which featured a little girl named Dot who becomes lost in the Australian outback, and is helped to find her way back home by a friendly kangaroo. The illustrations were drawn by Frank P. Mahony.

Pedley was a believer in the conservation of the Australian flora and fauna, and usually wrote her books from this perspective, singling out 'man' as disconnected from nature and the rest of the animals.

Ethel's preface to Dot and the Kangaroo is as follows:

References

Ethel Pedley Wikipedia


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