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Issue Details: First known date: 2002... 2002 Everyone Who Has Ever Done a Tree Sit Always Says That the Tree Talks to You
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    y separately published work icon Words for Country : Landscape and Language in Australia Tim Bonyhady (editor), Tom Griffiths (editor), Sydney : University of New South Wales Press , 2002 Z949301 2002 anthology non-fiction Collection of essays which explore the inter-relation between Australia's landscape and language. The authors use literary and non-fiction texts to examine how language has been used to characterise Australian landscape, and how texts and stories have influenced environmental perception and action, as well as people's perception of particular places. Sydney : University of New South Wales Press , 2002 pg. 85-101
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85-101 Everyone Who Has Ever Done a Tree Sit Always Says That the Tree Talks to Yousmall AustLit logo
Subjects:
  • Southeastern NSW, New South Wales,
  • South Coast, New South Wales,
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