Social Sciences / Anthropology & Sociology / For The Term Of His Natural Life by Marcus Clarke Marcus Clarke           Lloyd O'Neil 1970  red cloth hard cover with gilt lettering to spine: Australian Classics series; 445 pages. Synopsis: A work of fiction yet  a documentary of life endured by early Australian Settlers, this book is based on the  actual records of convict settlements . First published in book form in 1874, this authentic account by  Marcus Clarke (who emigrated to Australia in 1863, became a  sheep farmer near Glenorchy on the Wimmera River where  he made the acquaintance of bush tribes and  sent literary sketches  to the Australian Magazine under the pen name of Mark Scrivener ) persued  a brilliant journalistic career. This is a  story  based on the system of Penal Transportation  practiced by the British Government during the first half of the nineteenth century. Clarke tells of  the  hardships and horrors-  torture and flogging, mutiny and survival- the  struggles of early settlement in a vast and lonely land.  Condition. no dust jacket: 1974 ownership inscription:  overall very clean and good                                                  used books
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  • Book Title: For The Term Of His Natural Life
  • Author: Marcus Clarke
  • ISBN: mw934
  • Publisher: Lloyd O'Neil
  • Year Published: 1970
  • Our Normal Price: £14.44 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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  • Description: Lloyd O'Neil 1970 red cloth hard cover with gilt lettering to spine: Australian Classics series; 445 pages. Synopsis: A work of fiction yet a documentary of life endured by early Australian Settlers, this book is based on the actual records of convict settlements . First published in book form in 1874, this authentic account by Marcus Clarke (who emigrated to Australia in 1863, became a sheep farmer near Glenorchy on the Wimmera River where he made the acquaintance of bush tribes and sent literary sketches to the Australian Magazine under the pen name of Mark Scrivener ) persued a brilliant journalistic career. This is a story based on the system of Penal Transportation practiced by the British Government during the first half of the nineteenth century. Clarke tells of the hardships and horrors- torture and flogging, mutiny and survival- the struggles of early settlement in a vast and lonely land. Condition. no dust jacket: 1974 ownership inscription: overall very clean and good
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  • Binding: Hardback
  • Type: Used Books

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