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Ralph Rashleigh / by James Tucker
Bib ID 135131
Format BookBook
Author
Tucker, James, 1808?-1888?
 
Edition 1st authentic popular ed. 
Description Sydney : Angus and Robertson, 1952 
xi, 303 p. : map ; 22 cm. 
Summary

Novel by James Tucker portraying life in the convict days of Australia. Story describes time spent with an Aboriginal tribe by the main character.

Notes

"The text of this popular edition has been edited by Colin Roderick from the original manuscript" -- T.p. verso.

Map on lining papers.

Edited by Colin Roderick from the original ms., written in 1845

Subjects Race relations - Representation - Literature.  |  Literature and stories - Fiction.
Other authors/contributors Roderick, Colin, 1911-2000

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