The Tyranny of Distance; How Distance Shaped Australia's History. Geoffrey BLAINEY.

The Tyranny of Distance; How Distance Shaped Australia's History

London: History Book Club, 1968. Book Club Edition. Hardcover : pp. [viii] x [xii] [2] 365 [5 blank] : 28 pages of photo illustrations : 5 maps : 1966 post card from the Bodleian Library, Oxford, loosely inserted : blue cloth boards : black illustration both boards : black lettering to spine : protective plastic cover : previous owner's signature to the half-title.

Top edge foxed : tone line to fore-edge : tight clean copy. Very good. Item #2121

This book belonged to Miss M. A. (Meg) Cameron, and the postcard is addressed to her at the Flinder's University Library in Adelaide.

Other books by Australian historian Geoffrey Blainey include A Shorter History of Australia, Triumph of the Nomads, The Rush That Never Ended and international bestseller, A Short History of the World.

Price: $30.00

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