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by Bill Wannan

Australian frontier tales download ebook
ISBN:
0701800151
ISBN13:
978-0701800154
Author:
Bill Wannan
Publisher:
Lansdowne (1971)
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1604 kb
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1859 kb
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Australian Legendary Tales is a translated collection of stories told to K. Langloh Parker by Australian Aboriginal people. The book was immediately popular, being revised or reissued several times since its first publication in 1896, and noted as the first substantial representation of cultural works by colonised Australians.

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Tales of the interaction of the US Western frontier with civilization and the .

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The Australian frontier (known as the bush or the outback) similarly .

The Australian frontier (known as the bush or the outback) similarly inspired the types of tall tales that are found in American folklore. The Australian versions typically concern a mythical station called The Speewah. The heroes of the Speewah include: Rodney Ansell. Big Bill – The dumbest man on the Speewah who made his living cutting up mining shafts and selling them for post holes. The Canadian frontier has also inspired the types of tall tales that are found in American folklore, such as