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John Mulvaney with Alison Petch and Howard Morphy
A collection of lively letters which provide insights into, and details of, race relations, social history, and the dawn of anthropological and biological interest in central Australia. A century later they reveal to us a fascinating view of Australia's past.
Framed by the nine-day Nagorno-Karabakh conflict of 1994, this volume is built up from a series of tales - tales of war and tales of women - intercut with passages of straightforward historical narration. It begins as Markus, a former German soldier, seeks atonement from an Armenian priest.
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