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The Rock: Travelling to Uluru e-book

Author:

Barry Hill

Language:

English

Category:

Reference

Subcategory:

Writing Research & Publishing Guides

ePub size:

1528 kb

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Rating:

4.8

Publisher:

Allen & Unwin (May 1, 1995)

Pages:

319

ISBN:

186373712X

The Rock: Travelling to Uluru e-book

by Barry Hill


This travel book and cultural guide takes the reader to Uluru through the landscape, the history of the Aborigines and explorers, and the literature of the centre.

This travel book and cultural guide takes the reader to Uluru through the landscape, the history of the Aborigines and explorers, and the literature of the centre. ISBN13: 9781863737128.

This travel and cultural guide takes the reader to Uluru, the sacred place to Aborigines, via the landscape, the history of the Aborigines and explorers, and the literature of this special place.

The Rock: Travelling to Uluru (Allen & Unwin, 1994). The Enduring Rip: A History of Queenscliffe (MUP, 2004). "Barry Hill, books and texts". The Mood We're In: circa Australia Day 2004. Overland 77. Biography. Broken Song: T G H Strehlow and Aboriginal Possession (Knopf-Random House 2002). Retrieved 12 July 2008. University of Melbourne, Faculty of Arts – School of Culture and Communication. Archived from the original on 20 July 2008.

The Rock: Travelling to Uluru. ISBN 9781863737128 (978-1-86373-712-8) Softcover, Allen & Unwin, 1995. Find signed collectible books: 'The Rock: Travelling to Uluru'. Sitting in. by Barry Hill. ISBN 9780855614157 (978-0-85561-415-7) Softcover, W. Heinemann Australia in asociation with the Left Book Club, 1991.

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Published May 1995 by Allen & Unwin Pt. Limited (Australia). St. Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin. Uluru, Kata-Tjuta & Watarrka Ayers Rock, the Olgas & Kings Canyon, Northern Territory. National parks field guides. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.

Barry Hill is an acclaimed historian, writer and poet. Broken Song won many awards on it. iew Books by Barry Hill.

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The Rock: Travelling to Uluru (travelogue), Allen & Unwin (St. Leonards, New South Wales, Australia), 1994. In addition to its perspective on social history, however, Hill's book illuminates some of Australia's literary history

The Rock: Travelling to Uluru (travelogue), Allen & Unwin (St. The Inland Sea (poems), Salt (Applecross, Western Australia, Australia), 2001. In addition to its perspective on social history, however, Hill's book illuminates some of Australia's literary history. Clark observed, "We learn of Strehlow's early association with the Jindyworobaks, and specifically his meeting with Rex Ingamells, and their correspondence about Ingamell's first volume of poems entitled Gumtops, in which the poet first applied his theory of environmental aesthetics to Central Australia.

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Iell
Sometimes I need to stop reading a book for the night but decide to read one more chapter. Then I find myself sliding into the next chapter, and the next, etc. This is one of those books. The Rock is well written and it covers the subject. On occasion it does wax purple as though the author prefers poetry to prose and the theme of the apologetic white man who tries to defend and bond with the aboriginal has become hackneyed, especially given the attitudes of the aboriginals themselves toward other cultures and toward wild animals. Yet this attitude and no other seems to satisfy the demands of today's marketplace.
Mr.mclav
there is interesting information in this book, but it's thickly padded with pointless, self-aggrandising nonsense. irritatingly, the author somehow manages to be hyper-aware of the need for cultural sensitivity without managing to apply very much of it in his own activities and attitudes.

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