The Kelly Hunters; the Authentic, Impartial History of the Life and Times of Edward Kelly, the Iron Clad Outlaw

By: Clune, Frank

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The Kelly Hunters; the Authentic, Impartial History of the Life and Times of Edward Kelly, the Iron Clad Outlaw by Clune, Frank
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Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1954. XXII,362 pp., acknowledgements, chapter notes, bibliography. Line drawings by R. Malcolm Warner throughout the book. Green cloth boards with an embossed figure bottom right-hand corner of the front panel and gilt writing on spine. Endpapers illustrated with maps.The book is showing its age. The the covers are faded, rubbed and bumped. The spine is very faded and there are brown marks the full-length of it. The book is slightly cocked. Previous owners names are on the ffep. There is the remnant of water staining, that extends two inches from the bottom edge, throughout the internal pages. Ned Kelly was hung on the 11th November 1880, and his last words were "such is life ". In this book Frank Clune sets out to find why this bushranger has become part of Australian folklore. "He died game, as he had lived. Of that they can be no doubt, despite some attempts that were made to assert the contrary, in an effort to prevent him from becoming a legend. Those attempts failed, because Ned Kelly was no ordinary criminal. Instincts of the Australian people, then and since, have recognised in him the qualities of a reckless courage which ordinary criminals, sneak thieves and businessmen lack. That courage was misapplied by Ned Kelly, but it was in him.".. First Edition. Cloth. Average/Nil. Illus. by R. Malcolm Warner. 8vo - up to 9 ¾" tall - Octavo. Australiana.

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