4 edition of Life in the Australian backblocks found in the catalog.
Life in the Australian backblocks
Edward S. Sorenson
First published : Melbourne : Whitcombe and Tombs, 1911.
|Statement||Edward S. Sorenson ; foreward by Geoffrey Blainey.|
|LC Classifications||S522A8 S67 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
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London: Whitcombe & Tombs, Get this from a library. Life in the Australian backblocks. [Edward S Sorenson] -- Stories of the Australian bushman: bagmen and swagmen, shearers and sundowners, prospectors and stockmen.
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Life In The Australian Backblocks by Edward S. Sorenson. CONTENTS. The Bushman First Homes Bella Bush Bushman Junior Bullock Punchers A Dissertation On Travellers Bush Cooks Tent Life Mail Coaching The Stockman The Cattle Muster The Shepherd The Boundary Rider The Drover Pioneer Life In Scrubland Husking-Time Buckjumping The Selector Shearer.
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It takes a nostalgic look back to the mateship and friendliness of the bush man, 'that man of surging robustness, rugged as his native hills, rough of speech and manner, despising the silly conventionalities of society', but 'one of Nature's gentlemen' nonetheless.
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The stories are set out in the order in which they were published, together with 3. Sorenson's Life in the Australian Backblocks (London, ) is a classic account of bush life by a man with first-hand knowledge.
In his fiction he remained firmly in the nationalist tradition, although his early novel, The Squatter's Ward (London, ), displays incongruous Gothic elements.The Life and Death of the Australian Backyard is based on a detailed quantitative study of this increasing, but previously unstudied, problem.
It discusses the nature, uses and meaning of the traditional backyard, presents an understanding of the changes that have been happening and suggests possible remedies.Sorenson's Life in the Australian Backblocks (London, ) is an account of bush life by a writer with practical knowledge of the subject.
He also wrote stories featuring Australian wildlife. He was a member of the Royal Australasian Ornithologists' Union and the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales and the Fellowship of Australian Writers.