Behind the Mountain: Return to Tasmania

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Simon & Schuster, 1990 - Travel - 240 pages
A native of Tasmania provides a tour through the mountainous, raw beauty of the land where he was born and introduces readers to a debating team of murderers, an aboriginal matriarch, a "Crocodile Dundee" clone, and other fascinating people

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Behind the mountain: return to Tasmania

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This is primarily an autobiography with a strong dose of Tasmanian history and geography. The author returns from England to Tasmania, the land of his birth, after an absence of two decades, to find ... Read full review


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Peter Conrad is Tutor in English at Christ Church College, Oxford.

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