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Ion Llewellyn Idriess, OBE (20 September 18896 June 1979) was a prolific and influential Australian author. He wrote more than 50 books over 43 years between 1927 to 1969 – an average of one book every 10 months, and twice published three books in one year (1932 and 1940). His first book was Madman's Island, published in 1927 at the age of 38, and his last was written at the age of 79. Called Challenge of the North, it told of Idriess's ideas for developing the north of Australia.

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Sydney : Angus and Robertson, [between 1956 and 1959]
Gōshū no bokujōō / Aion Aidorisu cho ; Nagai Mansuke yaku
濠洲の牧場王 / アイオン・アイドリス著 ; 永井万助訳
Uniform title: The cattle king. Japanese
by Idriess, Ion L. (Ion Llewellyn), 1890-1979
Tōkyō : Kasumigaseki Shobō, Shōwa 18 [1943]
東京 : 霞ケ関書房, 昭和 18 [1943]
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