GHOSTLY TALES OF TASMANIA - A deadly serious look at Tasmanian folklore and fact of spooks, spectres and things that go bump in the dark. EMBERG, Buck and Joan

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GHOSTLY TALES OF TASMANIA - A deadly serious look at Tasmanian folklore and fact of spooks, spectres and things that go bump in the dark. EMBERG, Buck and Joan by EMBERG, Buck and Joan
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asmania, Regal, 1991. first edition - p/back with stiff wraps. Tasmania is one of the few places in the world in which the history of the past 200 years is still intact. That history is not a particularly happy history, for it involves the setting up of a penal colony, the brutalisation of a so-called 'criminal class', and the near-genocide of the indigenous Aboriginal race. The ghosts of Tasmania are playful, sad, and mostly contented household ghosts, like the ghost of St Andrews who likes to fold clothes! 210 x 150mm., pp x + 126, b/w plates, p/back, v.g.

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