“It would be hard to find a people and a culture living today that present a greater contrast to our own world that do the Australian Aborigines. To dwell among them, to share their lives, to come to understand their spiritual and physical needs, opens up new and profound vistas. Richard A. Gould shares these insights with his readers in this sensitive and highly perceptive book.” — Harry L. Shapiro
Only 1 left in stock
A hard cover edition with brown boards, red lettering and self embossing.and illustrated, unclipped dust jacket. There is foxing and toning throughout but the text, black and white drawings, diagrams and drawings are clear and legible. There is rubbing to the edges of the dust jacket and some tearing and losses to the top edges of the dust jacket. Now in a clear, removable cover to protect from damage.
Publisher: Scribner, New York.
Publication Date: 1969.
For further details please email email@example.com