This volume of essays, on the theme of man’s relationship with the environment, both natural and social, illuminates not only the problems, but also the potentialities of the modern world.
The Encyclopaedia Botanica is a unique and important contribution to Australian botanical literatute, fullfilling a long-lasting need for a comprehensive up-to-date and practical work on both native and exotic plants cultivated in Australia.
Phillipa’s second summer holidays with Greg and the nimbin are nearly ruined by sinister forces beyond their control in a gripping tale of friendship, money, chocolate biscuits, and the nimbin lost and found.
Written by experienced and passionate eco-livers Dick and James Strawbridge, this title is comprehensive, inclusive and contemporary and is set to become the definitive guide of its kind. The guide is perfectly adapted for the Australian market and ideal for everyone in urban, suburban or rural areas.
Australia’s Greatest Rock Art has been prepared with the objective of attracting international awareness of this diverse body of art, and of gaining support for its preservation and documentation.
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The Other Half: poems by Judith Wright
The Other Half is a collection of forty-six poems by Judith Wright that shows that rare “marriage of passion and reason” which Lois Untermeyer has singled out as the special quality of her poetry.
Judith Wright was a prolific Australian poet, critic, and short-story writer, who published more than 50 books. Wright was also an uncompromising environmentalist and social activist campaigning for Aboriginal land rights. She believed that the poet should be concerned with national and social problems. At the age of 85, just before her death, she attended in Canberra at a march for reconciliation with Aboriginal people.