The Great Australian Loneliness

Author(s): Ernestine Hill

Travel Literature

'This is the story of a journalist's journey round and across Australia...It was in July 1930 that I first set out, a wandering "copy-boy" with swag and typewriter, to find what lay beyond the railway lines...' Ernestine Hill's classic account of travelling in the Australian outback, in a pilgrimage of many years and 100,000 miles. "The most picturesque account of our outback that has yet been written...a vivid and arresting page of Australian history." - Adelaide Advertiser "With zest, humour and a warm sympathy, Hill brings life to a frontier..." - New York Herald Tribune "A travel book that is a pleasure to recommend." - The Irish Times


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  • : 9781925416329
  • : ETT Imprint
  • : ETT Imprint
  • : February 2016
  • : 23.40 cmmm X 15.60 cmmm X 2.00 cmmm
  • : Australia
  • : books

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  • : 352
  • : Paperback
  • : Ernestine Hill