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Cassell English Materials Cassell Australia (publisher), series - publisher
1 y separately published work icon Up Country Anne Wilkinson , North Ryde : Cassell Australia , 1981 Z1487331 1981 single work autobiography The author's 'Up Country' columns, originally published in the Sydney Morning Herald, incorporated into a narrative about her life in the country.
1 y separately published work icon A Suitcase of Problems Terry Watt , New South Wales : Cassell Australia , 1981 Z836227 1981 single work children's fiction children's
1 y separately published work icon Curtain Call : As Told by Nancye Bridges to Frank Crook Nancye Bridges , Frank Crook , North Sydney : Cassell Australia , 1980 Z1346997 1980 single work criticism
1 1 y separately published work icon The Australian Slanguage : A Look At What We Say and How We Say It Bill Hornadge , North Ryde : Cassell Australia , 1980 Z1006490 1980 single work non-fiction
1 y separately published work icon Politics of the Olympics Sasha Soldatow , North Ryde : Cassell Australia , 1980 Z827864 1980 single work non-fiction
1 1 y separately published work icon Lords of the Ring Peter Corris , North Ryde : Cassell Australia , 1980 Z810371 1980 single work
1 1 y separately published work icon Hapkas Girl James Porter , Stanmore : Cassell Australia , 1980 Z555399 1980 single work novel young adult
1 1 y separately published work icon Panel by Panel : A History of Australian Comics John Ryan , Stanmore : Cassell Australia , 1979 Z105974 1979 single work non-fiction
1 6 y separately published work icon The Web of Time Lee Harding , Stanmore : Cassell Australia , 1979 Z846009 1979 single work novel young adult science fiction adventure
1 y separately published work icon Theatre in Australia John West , Stanmore : Cassell Australia , 1978 Z1306143 1978 single work criticism
1 2 y separately published work icon The Nine Bronze Tripods Norma Martyn , Stanmore : Cassell Australia , 1977 Z948460 1977 single work children's fiction children's myth/legend historical fiction 'The Nine Bronze Tripods is set in the Middle Kingdom at the time of Shang T'ang, the first Emperor of the Shang dynasty of ancient China -- a time of mystery recorded only in legend and by archaeological fragments which have been pieced together.' (Source: Bookseller's website)
1 1 y separately published work icon Warri of the Wind James Porter , Stanmore : Cassell Australia , 1977 Z947018 1977 single work children's fiction children's adventure
1 1 y separately published work icon The Money Tin Roger Vaughan Carr , Stanmore : Cassell Australia , 1977 Z944644 1977 single work novel young adult
1 1 y separately published work icon Phantom Hijack Leslie James , Stanmore : Cassell Australia , 1977 Z944639 1977 single work novel young adult adventure
1 1 y separately published work icon The Wind Harp Hesba Brinsmead , New South Wales : Cassell Australia , 1977 Z855782 1977 single work novel young adult
1 3 y separately published work icon The Ballad of Benny Perhaps Hesba Brinsmead , Stanmore : Cassell Australia , 1977 Z816475 1977 single work novel young adult humour
2 5 y separately published work icon The Weeping Sky Lee Harding , Stanmore : Cassell Australia , 1977 Z76525 1977 single work novel fantasy young adult

'"A multitude of possible worlds" ... Do these words indicate the truth behind the mysterious Wall that is stretched across the valley? The Wall that glows with such a supernal splendour above the shallow lake beneath it, and yet appears as insubstantial as the dew?

'In a time and place that seem remotely familiar, two Scientists, Master Asquith and his pupil, sixteen-year-old Conrad le Jeune, ride from the College at Abingdon to carry out their investigation beneath the very eyes of the Church: for the valley of the Wall is close by the Monastery of St Germaine. And in their quest for the truth they encounter a knight of the realm, Ramon de Vargas and his daughter, Donella - an encounter that is to involve the young student in a desperate venture beyond anything he had imagined, leading him at last to the terrifying Fortress at the end of time.

'Is the Wall in truth the 'miracle' the Abbot of St Germaine declares it to be, a vision of supernatural beauty; or is it a creation of the Devil, a scabrous, weeping wound suspended in the sky? It is left to Conrad to discover the truth, as he treads at last a desolate plain haunted by half-human creatures.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

1 y separately published work icon Flop and Mick and John and Me B. A. Breen , Stanmore : Cassell Australia , 1976 Z1300020 1976 selected work children's fiction children's
1 y separately published work icon Shadows David Grigg , Stanmore : Cassell Australia , 1976 Z1081059 1976 single work children's fiction children's
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