The Pattern of Australian Culture

By: McLeod, A. I. -- Editor

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Melbourne & Ithaca, New York: Oxford University Press & Cornell University Press, 1963. 1.1 kg; XIV, 490 pages, last four pages blank. Missing the rear endpage. No other damage to the book aside from a slight darkening of the text block edges. The dustjacket is battered, with numerous short tears, and chips, with loss. This is an Australian edition of a book published in America. In the pattern of Australian culture such work in the area of literary scholarship as is worthy of discussion or mentioned has been considered in the chapter on literature, religion because it cannot be regarded as a cultural force in Australia (and because there been no significant contributions to theological literature), has been omitted. A chapter on the culture of indigenous peoples of the Australian continent has been considered essential. In addition chapters on the Australian contributions to the English language, on historiography and on recreation -- often thought a substitute, in Australia, for the more conventional cultural pursuits -- have been included in an effort to present as complete a picture of the total social and intellectual milieu of Australia as is feasible within the limits of a book of this type. -- from the preface. First Edition. Blue Cloth. Ordinary/Damaged -- Price Clipped. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Australiana.

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