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Myths and legends of Australia / by A. W. Reed ; illustrated by Roger Hart
Bib ID 1086977
Format BookBook
Author
Reed, A. W. (Alexander Wyclif), 1908-1979
 
Description Sydney : A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1965 
256 p. : ill. 
ISBN 058907041X
Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Folklore.  |  Animals.  |  Stories and motifs - Creation / Cosmology.  |  Stories and motifs - Cultural heroes.  |  Stories and motifs - Celestial phenomena.  |  Stories and motifs - Birds.  |  Australia.
Other authors/contributors Hart, Roger, 1947- ill

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