Australian legendary tales

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Wordsworth Editions, Mar 16, 2001 - Fiction - 176 pages
3 Reviews
The Myth, Legend, and Folklore series is the product of the unique partnership between Wordsworth Editions and The Folklore Society. Folklore Society scholars provide in-depth introductions, making this the most authoritative series of its kind.

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User Review  - Timothy Ferguson - Goodreads

I foudn the structure of the stories, really interesting. Each seems to have a biological or geophysical fact in it ("...and that's why we get grinding stones rom that particular mountain...")piece of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rebecca Smith - Goodreads

In this collection of folktales there are many lessons that are taught. For example, "Dinewan the Emu and Goomblegubbon the Bustard" shows how jealousy and deceit affects your future and that there ... Read full review

Contents

Australian Legendary Tales
19
The Galah and Oolah the Lizard
26
Gooloo the Magpie and the Wahroogah
32
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