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Aboriginal religions in Australia : a bibliographical survey / Tony Swain
Bib ID 32735
Format BookBook
Author
Swain, Tony
 
Description New York : Greenwood Press, 1991 
xv, 336 p. : maps ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0313260443 (alkaline paper) (lib. bdg.)
Series

Bibliographies and indexes in religious studies, 0742-6836 ; no. 18.

Summary

Bibliographica survey by region under the themes: Philosophy and totemism; Myth; Art; Ceremony; Birth; Initiation; Women; Magic; Death; Change; Literature Annotation pending.

Notes

Includes indexes.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Religion -- Bibliography.  |  Libraries - Reference materials - Bibliographies.  |  Religion - Rites.  |  Religion.  |  Australia -- Religion -- Bibliography.  |  Torres Strait Islands (Qld TSI SC54, SC55-05)  |  Kati Thanda / Lake Eyre (NE SA SH53-04)  |  Western Desert (WA SF51, SF52, SG51, SG52)  |  Tasmania (Tas)  |  Cape York Peninsula (Qld SC54, SD54, SD55)  |  Kimberley area (WA SD51, SD52, SE51, SE52)

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