by Viking in Camberwell, Vic .
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by John Ross|
|LC Classifications||PR9614.4 .P46 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 347 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||347|
|LC Control Number||2012358580|
In The Penguin Book of Australian Bush Writing, prolific writer and editor John Ross has collected tales about the bush from all over our wide land. Richard Flanagan pays homage to the 'golden wood' industry of Huon pine in Tasmania, Henry Lawson journeys by train from Sydney to Bourke, A.B. Facey works the land on Western Australian frontier. In The Penguin Book of Australian Bush Writing, prolific writer and editor John Ross has collected tales about the bush from all over our wide land. Richard Flanagan pays homage to the 'golden wood' industry of Huon pine in Tasmania, Henry Lawson journeys. A selection of our finest writing about the mystery and majesty of the Australian settlers and explorers first started recording their experiences of the Australian bush, is has loomed as large in our imaginations as in our landscapes. The Penguin Best Australian Short Stories book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. especially on Australia I don't care for stories that sentimentalise the outback, the bush, This chronological collection was interesting from the point of view of the sociological development of Australian writing 3/5.
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