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A Traveller S History Of Australia

Author : John H. Chambers
ISBN : 1566563232
Genre : Travel
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A TRAVELLER'S HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA is essential reading for tourists, students, or anyone interested in its history and its amazing diversity. This book gives a complete account of that great democracy--from the arrival of the earliest Aborigines some fifty or sixty thousand years ago, to the prepartion for the Sydney Olympics in the year 2000.
Category: Travel

Travellers In Time

Author : George Gunton
ISBN : 0958665702
Genre : Australia
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Political Tourists

Author : Sheila Fitzpatrick
ISBN : 9780522855333
Genre : Australia
File Size : 85.27 MB
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For Socialists and many liberals, the Soviet Union of the 1920s-1940s was the site of the great Socialist Experiment. Most Australians who travelled there wrote about their extraordinary experiences, and the recent opening of the Soviet archives gave access to the Soviets' reactions to their visitors. Collecting the research of leading historians and writers, Political Tourists explores Soviet tourism through figures such as Eric Ashby, RM Crawford, Reg Ellery, Neill Greenwood, Esmonde Higgins, Katharine Susannah Prichard, Betty Roland and Jessie Street. Drawing on both Australian and Soviet archives, this is a unique insight into the Soviet experience in the 1920s-1940s.
Category: Australia

The Cambridge History Of Travel Writing

Author : Nandini Das
ISBN : 9781108616812
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Bringing together original contributions from scholars across the world, this volume traces the history of travel writing from antiquity to the Internet age. It examines travel texts of several national or linguistic traditions, introducing readers to the global contexts of the genre. From wilderness to the urban, from Nigeria to the polar regions, from mountains to rivers and the desert, this book explores some of the key places and physical features represented in travel writing. Chapters also consider the employment in travel writing of the diary, the letter, visual images, maps and poetry, as well as the relationship of travel writing to fiction, science, translation and tourism. Gender-based and ecocritical approaches are among those surveyed. Together, the thirty-seven chapters here underline the richness and complexity of this genre.
Category: Literary Criticism

A History Of Australian Travel And Tourism

Author : John I. Richardson
ISBN : CORNELL:31924085194193
Genre : Australia
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This history of Australian travel and tourism is set in the context of the world scene. The forces which have shaped modern tourism are all traced and then related to the Australian experience. The book deals primarily with the business of tourism, but the way Australian people travelled through the years and experienced tourism is also part of the story. It traces the beginning of tourism, the first attempts at defining it, how ways of measuring it were introduced, how the need for research was acknowledged, and how levels of education relating to hospitality and tourism were progressively raised.
Category: Australia

Imaging Italy Through The Eyes Of Contemporary Australian Travellers 1990 2010

Author : Roberta Trapè
ISBN : 9781443832670
Genre : Literary Criticism
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For centuries Italy has been the destination of a lifetime for an endless stream of travellers. This book – focussing on the experience of contemporary Australian intellectuals – explores an aspect as of yet scarcely studied within the global phenomenon of travel to Italy, and discovers an image of the country starkly different from the one that prevailed in previous writings. From the beginning of the 1990s onwards there has been a sizeable output of books by Australian writers set in or about Italy. After a meticulous examination of these works, Roberta Trapè has selected and analysed those that she considers the most interesting examples of Australians’ continuing fascination with Italy – works of Jeffrey Smart and Shirley Hazzard, and of Robert Dessaix and Peter Robb. Examining the ways the four authors describe Italian places, Imaging Italy looks into what it is that continues to attract Australian writers and artists to the country, and tries to detect new trends in their attitude towards it. The image of Italy that emerges from the most recent works is, no doubt, a superb picture – not flattering but certainly not false – of its contemporary times.
Category: Literary Criticism

Pilgrimage

Author : Garrie Hutchinson
ISBN : 1863953876
Genre : Australia
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There has never been a book like Pilgrimagebefore. Journeying through time and place, author Garrie Hutchinson visits the battlefields where Australians have fought and reveals their past and present. We hear the voices of those who fought in World War I, World War II, Vietnam, Korea and East Timor and the stories of the key Australian battles. We travel to Australia's special places - including Anzac Cove, Tobruk, the Kokoda Track, the Thai-Burma Railway, Long Tan and Maryang San. Pilgrimageis unique in being a comprehensive and up-to-date travel companion, complete with maps, illustrations and invaluable tips for visitors. Lavishly illustrated with photos from Europe and North Africa, the Middle East and South-East Asia, it also introduces the cemeteries, museums and memorials that commemorate each conflict. Ideal for armchair travellers and lovers of history, Pilgrimageinvites readers on a voyage of discovery.
Category: Australia

The Sky Travellers

Author : Gammage, Bill
ISBN : 9780522863307
Genre : History
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The extraordinary story of the world's last major exploration and experience of first-contact-a 1938-39 Australian expedition of three thousand kilometres by foot, through the mountainous western highlands of Papua New Guinea. The pale skin of the strangers suggested that they were spirits-sky people. How should they be treated? Local people repeatedly asked 'Why have you come?' Jim Taylor, with John Black and Pat Walsh, led a patrol of over 350 people. Most were carriers from Highlands areas already familiar with Europeans; about 40 were new Guinea police from the coast. with war looming, records of their remarkable experience were officially suppressed. Bill Gammage has talked to many of the people who were there-both the visitors and those visited. With the rigour of a committed historian and a rare skill as a storyteller he traces a complex journey of minds as well as bodies. Every participant in this adventure was changed irrevocably. Readers, too, can expect an exhilarating mind shift.
Category: History

Burnum Burnum S Aboriginal Australia

Author : Burnum Burnum
ISBN : 0207156301
Genre : Aboriginal Australians
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A pictorial guide to Highway One, Central Australian and Tasmanian sites and places important to traditional and contemporary Aboriginal life; includes history, art, religion of particular clans, present communities and organisations, biographies; many archival photographs.
Category: Aboriginal Australians

History Of Australia

Author : George William Rusden
ISBN : NYPL:33433082443239
Genre : Australia
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Category: Australia

Lonely Planet Australia

Author : Lonely Planet Publications
ISBN : 1786572370
Genre : HISTORY
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Lonely Planet Australia is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Cruise magnificent Sydney Harbour, grab a coffee in a Melbourne laneway or head off on an outback adventure; all with your trusted travel companion.
Category: HISTORY

Travellers Art

Author : National Library of Australia
ISBN : 9780642107725
Genre : Artists
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Travellers Art presents rare, late eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth century drawings, watercolours, sketchbooks, diaries, hand-drawn maps, manuscripts and photographs, all of which were created while travelling. Selected from the National Library's collections for their first-hand immediacy and fidelity to the subject, they are the personal narratives of travelling artists, diarists and explorers.
Category: Artists

Historical Representation And The Postcolonial Imaginary

Author : John Harnett
ISBN : 9781443828086
Genre : History
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Historical Representation and the Postcolonial Imaginary: Constructing Travellers and Aborigines endeavours to provide an overview of the role which oral history plays in the documentation, representation and subsequent empowerment of neglected and long-marginalised social groups, in this case: the cultural minorities that are the Irish Travellers and the Australian Aborigines. Oral history has proved paramount in enabling such groups to document their pasts, pasts which until recently had been occluded and often-ignored. This work explores the genre that is oral history through the prism that is the construction of the ‘Other’ in society and with particular reference to two minorities whose histories share a range of similar characteristics. In examining this process, it is possible to trace the transformation of folklore and storytelling into documented historical narrative.
Category: History

A Traveller S History Of Greece

Author : Tim Boatswain
ISBN : 1566563666
Genre : Travel
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Provides an up-to-date summary of the history of Greece, including their fight for independence and their civil war.
Category: Travel

Best Of Australia

Author : Lonely Planet Publications
ISBN : 1743214030
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Fold-out country and Sydney planning maps Packed with inspirational images Walking tour of Melbourne's laneways, Hobart's harbour and Sydney's Rocks area Australia's best sights and experiences Pull-out Sydney street map
Category: Sports & Recreation