Aspects of life in Gundagai, 1840-1860
Historians tend to give more emphasis to explanation than to description. Description, however, is central to understanding. It is perhaps because I am foreign to Australia that description seems especially important for me. I cannot help but be aware of the gulf between my own culture and that of mid-nineteenth century Australia. Westerners who have studied my country have found it helpful to delineate certain cultural values which characterize social life in Indonesia and help to...[Show more]
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