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Golden Miles

Author : Clinton Walker
ISBN : 9781862548541
Genre : Automobile ownership
File Size : 45.30 MB
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Golden Miles is a book about cars, people and Australia in the late 60s and early 70s. With the energy and irreverent humour of a fanzine, the acuity of investigative journalism, and the eye of an art book, this new, expanded edition of Golden Miles explores the archetypal product of Australian suburbia - the muscle car. Clinton Walker is the author of seven books and several hit documentaries including the 2001 series on the history of Australian rock, Long Way to the Top. 'A rambling journey that's provocative and lavishly illustrated ... as much for pop culture lovers as rev heads.' - Sydney Morning Herald.
Category: Automobile ownership

The Golden Miles

Author : Helen Helga Wilson
ISBN : PSU:000000279987
Genre : Coolgardie District (W.A.)
File Size : 36.28 MB
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Category: Coolgardie District (W.A.)

Directory Of South African Human Rights Organisations

Author : Chris Sibanyoni
ISBN : 9780796919052
Genre : Human rights
File Size : 80.92 MB
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The aim of the Directory of Human rights Organisations is to include all human rights organisations in South Africa that endeavour to protect and promote human rights, from civil and political rights, economic rights, religious to cultural rights and environmental rights.
Category: Human rights

The Truth In Plenty

Author : Joe Wise
ISBN : 9781504377645
Genre : Religion
File Size : 57.48 MB
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The Truth in Plenty. The Plenty is minutes. No clock on the pen. The Plenty is the wide scattershot of Grace that permeates our lives, some of which we wake up to, as we open ourselves to the melodic and the unsung, to the lustrous and the plain, to the mostly simple, ordinary and everyday, to the Truth of what is.
Category: Religion

The Cambridge History Of Australian Literature

Author : Peter Pierce
ISBN : 9780521881654
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 88.4 MB
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Draws on scholarship from leading figures in the field and spans Australian literary history from colonial origins, indigenous and migrant literatures, as well as representations of Asia and the Pacific and the role of literary culture in modern Australian society.
Category: Literary Criticism


Author : Iain McCalman
ISBN : 0521805953
Genre : Business & Economics
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Throughout history, gold has been the stuff of legends, fortunes, conflict and change. The discovery of gold in Australia 150 years ago precipitated enormous developments in the newly settled land. Immigrants flooded in from Asia and Europe, and the population and economy boomed in spontaneous cities. The effects on both the environment and indigenous Aboriginal peoples have been profound and lasting. In the most unexpected ways, gold has shaped modern Australia. In this book, a team of Australia's most prominent historians and curators have collaborated to produce a cultural history of gold and its impact on the development of Australian society. Like a handful of tailings, Gold brings together a collection of stories that have been left out of standard Australian histories. In between runs a critical analysis of the relationship between gold and social change, race relations, gender, the environment, entertainment and industry.
Category: Business & Economics

Running My Life The Autobiography

Author : Seb Coe
ISBN : 9781444731040
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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One second in time may separate the great athlete from the merely good. Seb Coe has made every second count. From an early age he has been driven to be the best at everything he does. Since the moment Coe stood alongside a 'scrubby' municipal running track in Sheffield, he knew that sport could change his life. It did. Breaking an incredible twelve world records and three of them in just forty-one days, Seb became the only athlete to take gold at 1500 metres in two successive Olympic Games (Moscow 1980 and Los Angeles 1984). The same passion galvanised Coe in 2005, when he led Britain's bid to bring the Olympic and Paralympic Games to London. He knew that if we won it would regenerate an East London landscape and change the lives of thousands of young people. It has. Born in Hammersmith and coached by his engineer father, Coe went from a secondary modern school and Loughborough University to become the fastest middle-distance runner of his generation. His rivalry with Steve Ovett gripped a nation and made Britain feel successful at a time of widespread social discontent. From sport Coe transferred his ideals to politics, serving in John Major's Conservative government from 1992 to 1997 and developing 'sharp elbows' to become chief of staff to William Hague, leader of the Party from 1997 to 2001 and finally a member of the House of Lords. Running My Life is in turns exhilarating, inspiring, amusing, and extremely moving. Everyone knows where Sebastian Coe ended up. Few people realise how he got there. This is his personal journey.
Category: Biography & Autobiography