Ned Kelly: Sinner or Saint?
He was an outlaw who wore a suit of armour, rode a horse, and challenged the law and its enforcers. Today, Ned Kelly is Australia's greatest mythological character. Icon of the Australian imagination. But who was the man behind the mask? Was he a merciless killer who unforgivably chose to take up arms against society, or a national hero who was the embodiment of the Australian spirit.
To answer this question, one must first take a journey into the legend that is Ned Kelly.
Ned was born at Beveridge, Victoria, in December 1854. It was during his school years that he risked his life to save…
- Ned Kelly: Sinner or Saint?
- The Journey for Inner and Outter Desire. Refers to "The Little Prince", by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, "Siddhartha", by Herman Hesse and "The Monkey God"
- Who should punish a sinner? Should it be religion, society, or the individual? Refers to Hester Prynne in "The Scarlet letter" by Hawthorne
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