Anna Maria Bunn (1808–1889) was the anonymous author of The Guardian: a Tale (by an Australian) (1838), the first novel published on mainland Australia and the first in the continent by a woman. Bunn's authorship was only established after an historian found a copy of the book in which her son had noted his mother's authorship.

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  • Anna Maria Bunn (1808–1889) was the anonymous author of The Guardian: a Tale (by an Australian) (1838), the first novel published on mainland Australia and the first in the continent by a woman. Bunn's authorship was only established after an historian found a copy of the book in which her son had noted his mother's authorship. (en)
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  • Anna Maria Bunn (1808–1889) was the anonymous author of The Guardian: a Tale (by an Australian) (1838), the first novel published on mainland Australia and the first in the continent by a woman. Bunn's authorship was only established after an historian found a copy of the book in which her son had noted his mother's authorship. (en)
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