Chapter 32 [Out of the Silence, by Erle Cox]

[Editor: This is a chapter from Out of the Silence (1947 edition) by Erle Cox (1873-1950).] Chapter XXXII Meanwhile, at “Cootamundra,” Dundas awaited impatiently the return of Earani. In implicit obedience to her wishes he had returned to the homestead. The afternoon wore on, and for some unaccountable reason a feeling of foreboding took possession […]

Chapter 31 [Out of the Silence, by Erle Cox]

[Editor: This is a chapter from Out of the Silence (1947 edition) by Erle Cox (1873-1950).] Chapter XXXI That night Barry had driven down to Ronga, and left his car at an hotel, giving himself bare time to catch the night mail for Melbourne. Although he had a compartment to himself, he made no attempt […]

Chapter 30 [Out of the Silence, by Erle Cox]

[Editor: This is a chapter from Out of the Silence (1947 edition) by Erle Cox (1873-1950).] Chapter XXX On the morning following at “Cootamundra,” Dundas and Earani were astir early. That day was to see the end of their preparation of the galleries, and on the following day they were to bring the parts of […]

Chapter 29 [Out of the Silence, by Erle Cox]

[Editor: This is a chapter from Out of the Silence (1947 edition) by Erle Cox (1873-1950).] Chapter XXIX Sir Miles Glover sat in the Prime Minister’s room at the Federal Parliament House. Beside the Prime Minister stood his secretary. “I thought you had better see it,” said the secretary, and as Sir Miles only pinched […]

Chapter 28 [Out of the Silence, by Erle Cox]

[Editor: This is a chapter from Out of the Silence (1947 edition) by Erle Cox (1873-1950).] Chapter XXVIII It was a soft, clear moonless night that found the two strolling slowly towards the timber that fringed the river. Earani turned her eyes upward. “It has changed very little, Alan, since I saw it last; see, […]