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landscape And Language, Tim Bonyhady And Tom Griffiths; Lubra Creek, Rebe Taylor; The River Runs Backwards - The Language Of Order And Disorder On The Darling's Northern Flood Plain, Heather Goodall; Let Nature Take Its Course - Affectionate Regard For A Despoliated Landscape, P.R. Hay; Scarcely Any Water On Its Surface - Immersing An Anomalous Country, Kirsty Douglas; Everyone I Know Who Has Done A Tree Sit Says The Tree Talks To You..., Nicholas Brown; The Spirit Of The Plains Kangaroo - The Politics Of Landscape In Northern Australia, H The Graveyard Of A Century - The Antarctic Wilderness, Brigid Hains; So Much For A Name, Tim Bonyhady; Blackfellow Oven Roads, Paul Sinclair; The Ends Of The Earth - Mount Druitt And Inala; Natural Beauty Man-Made - A Lexical Cartography Of The Ord River, Jay Arthur; Uluru, Michael Cathcart; The Outside Country, Tom Griffiths; It's Only Words, George Seddon.
Tim Bonyhady is both an art historian and environmental lawyer. His previous books include Images in Opposition: Australian Landscape Painting 1801-1890 and Places Worth Keeping: Conservationists, Politics and Law. This is his eleventh book.