1118 books (56 pages) in this category
by Helena Reckitt
by Arcadi Poch and Daniela P
by Richard McGregor
For more than half a century, American power in the Pacific has successfully kept the peace. But it has also cemented the tensions in the toxic rivalry between China and Japan, consumed with endless history wars and entrenched political ...
by Steve Estes
The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture--and What We Can Do about It
by Kate Harding
Running away from home at fifty
by Mary Moody
Living the good life in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales with her husband, four grown-up children and four (and counting) grandchildren, Mary Moody’s life was full. The only thing missing was time for herself, a chance to reflect on life ...Audio Book
Readings in Modern Music
by Daniel Warner
The groundbreaking <i>Audio Culture- Readings in Modern Music</i> (Continuum; September 2004; paperback original) maps the aural and discursive terrain of vanguard music today. Rather than offering a history of contemporary music, Audio Culture ...
by Jackie Huggins
Rita Huggins was stolen from her country as a child in the 1920s, and taken to what was then the Cherbourg Aboriginal Reserve. From that time, and also from the years as a single mother in Brisbane in the 1960s, Rita had the desire to make ...
William Blandowski's illustrated encyclopaedia of Aboriginal life
by Harry Allen
William Blandowski was an explorer, natural scientist and artist who led a Victorian government expedition to the junction of the Murray and Darling Rivers from 1856 to 1857. <i>Australia</i> is the first publication in English of his nineteenth
by Jim Haynes
Did you know that in 1932 the Australian army was called out to wage war on an invading army of 20,000 ... emus? Or that the first royal personage to arrive in Australia was the King of Iceland and he came as a convict? And how about the spooky ...Audio Book
by R. M. W. Dixon
An introduction to Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait languages that explains their distinctive features accessibly for readers who have no previous experience with learning another language, and shows how language reflects traditional ...
by Peter Plowman
In 1945 Arthur Calwell announced a new immigration policy for Australia requiring an influx of 70,000 migrants a year, and it was hoped that all of them would come from Britain. When insufficient Britons applied the Australian government looked ...
by Mungo MacCallum
What does he know about Australia that his opponents don't? This is a characteristically barbed and perceptive look at the challenges facing the government and the country. MacCallum argues that the things we used to rely on are not there ...
The Who's Who of Fashion
by John;Mill, John Stuart Robson
One of the greatest prodigies of his era, John Stuart Mill (1806-73) was studying arithmetic and Greek by the age of three, as part of an astonishingly intense education at his father's hand. Intellectually brilliant, fearless and profound, he ...
by Perry Matteson
Matteson Perry is a nice guy. He remembers birthdays, politely overts his eyes on the subway, and enjoys backgammon. A serial monogamist, he's never asked a stranger out. But when the girl he thought might be The One dumps him, he decides to ...
by Andrew Wilkie
In the 2010 federal election, independent candidate Andrew Wilkie grabbed headlines after winning the seat of Denison, and with it a key role in deciding who would form the next government of Australia.Before he was a politician, however, Wilkie
Inside the World of America's Favorite Guilty Pleasure
by Amy Kaufman
For sixteen years and thirty-six seasons, the Bachelor franchise has been a mainstay in American TV viewers' lives. Since it premiered in 2002, the show's popularity and relevance have only grown-more than eight million viewers tuned in to see ...
by Amy Kaufman
For fifteen years and thirty-five seasons, the Bachelor franchise has been a mainstay in American TV viewers' lives. Since it premiered in 2002, the show's popularity and relevance has only grown-more than eight million viewers tuned in to see ...
by Heather Ewart
A road trip around Australia, discovering towns and communities outside the mainstream - and the colourful inhabitants whose grit and humour will uplift and inspire you. Discover the resilient and inspiring people who live outside the big ...