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Donald Gordon Payne (3 January 1924, in London – 22 August 2018) was an English author, most famous for his 1959 novel, Walkabout. Payne was made a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society in 1962.

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by Marshall, James Vance, 1924-
Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin Books, 1973 c1963
 
 
by Marshall, James Vance, 1924-
Harmondsworth ; Ringwood [Vic.] : Penguin Books in assciation with Michael Joseph, 1971, c1959
 
 
by Marshall, James Vance, 1924-
Harmondsworth, Middlesex ; Mitcham, Victoria : Penguin Books, 1963 , ©1959
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
 
Sabaku no bōken ryokō / J. Māsharu ; Hasegawa Kōji yaku
さばくの冒険旅行 / J.マーシャル ; 長谷川甲二訳
Uniform title: Walkabout. Japanese
by Marshall, James Vance, 1924-
Tōkyō : Gakushū Kenkyūsha, 1972
東京 : 学習研究社, 1972
 
 
Rawǣng phrai / James Vance Marshall ; Piyatā Wananan plǣ læ rīaprīang
ระแวงไพร / James Vance Marshall ; ปิยตา วนนันทน์ แปลและเรียบเรียง
Uniform title: Walkabout. Thai
by Marshall, James Vance, 1924-
Krung Thēp : Chomromdek, 2540 [1997]
กรุงเทพฯ : ชมรมเด็ก, 2540 [1997]
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
Uniform title: Walkabout. German
by Marshall, James Vance, 1924-
Ruit [Germany] : Schwarbenverlag, c1961
 
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