Intruders in the Bush: The Australian Quest for Identity
Oxford University Press, 1982 - Australia - 242 pages
Bushman legend - Pioneer legend - Ned Kelly - Anzacs - Early settlement of New South Wales - Mateship in country towns - Egalitarianism - Painting an Australian Identity - Patrick White's Australia by Veronica Brady - National identity - Australian drama: images of a society.
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