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" And all around, before and behind, worse than weather and the deepest night, natives, tribes of wandering myalls who, in their traipsing this way and that all over the map, were forever encroaching on boundaries that could be insisted on by daylight—... "
True Blue?: On Being Australian - Page 136
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Unsettling the City: Urban Land and the Politics of Property

Nicholas K. Blomley - Business & Economics - 2004 - 207 pages
...no longer stood there as a living marker with all the glow of the white man's authority about yoo, reverted to being a creek-bed or ridge of granite like any other, and gave no indication that six hondred miles away, in the Lands Office in Brisbane, this hit of coontry had a name set agninst it...
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The River of History: Trans-national and Trans-disciplinary Perspectives on ...

Peter Farrugia - History - 2005 - 292 pages
...that all over the map, were forever encroaching on boundaries that could be insisted on by daylight but in the dark hours, when you no longer stood there...drawn that was empowered with all the authority of the Law.9 Here, in this concise but evocative passage, David Malouf summons up the remembered experience...
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Die Konstruktion des Fremden in den Romanen von David Malouf

Jörg Heinke - Alienation (Social psychology) in literature - 2005 - 302 pages
...daylight - a good shotgun saw to that — but in the dark hours, when you no longer stood there äs a living marker with all the glow of the white man's...creek-bed or ridge of granite like any other, and gave not indication that six hundred miles away, in the Lands Office in Brisbane, this bit of country had...
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