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The Rock-itt : April 2012
smouldering hatred in Tuperselai for the man who had bought her as Tapurselai had a handsome young beau who also lived in the village and with Errol’s coming it had tipped the poor young girl’s world upside down. Her belongings were packed up and she was taken back to the plantation where she knew she must obey and cater to the whims of her new master. Errol, even though he could sense resentment in his young concubine, was puzzled as to why she treated him almost with contempt. Errol tried different ways of placating this young woman but nothing seemed to bring her close to him and he became frustrated with her coolness toward him. But Tuperselai’s heart yearned for her love she had been taken away from and even though the relationship between her and Errol became more amicable as time went by, the hidden love in her heart for her young man from the village was always there. Will Tuperselai ever succumb to the love which Errol was yearning for her to accept, or will the relationship between them remain as a slave serving her master? Find out next month when we return to “Hobart to Hollywood” and the adventures of our own Aussie hero, Errol Flynn, . Go to www.therockittmagazine.com.au click on ARCHIVES for previous issues. A Papuan New Guinea nativ e village similar to t he one Taperselai lived in A Papua New Guinea Tobacco Plantation The hut that Errol built and shard with Taperselai Tobacco leaves drying after harvest FOR THE BEST HAIR CUT ON THE NORTHERN BEACHES MONDAY TO SATURDAY (EXCEPT WEDNESDAY) OPEN 7AM 38 ROGER STREET, BROOKVALE 2100 PH: 9905 8240 Mobile: 0407 434 758