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|Title: ||Norfolk Island: history, people, environment, language|
|Author: ||Mühlhäusler, Peter|
|Publisher: ||Battlebridge Publications|
|Issue Date: ||2012|
|School/Discipline: ||School of Humanities : Linguistics|
|Peter Mühlhäusler and Joshua Nash|
|Abstract: ||This is an information-packed handbook on Norfolk Island located between Australia and New Zealand. It traces the history of the Bounty mutineers from their initial south sea "paradise" through the rapid descent into a murderous hell on Pitcairn Island, followed by a deeply religious period and then relocation to the "near-paradise" of Norfolk Island. The book concentrates on the lives and culture of Norfolk's inhabitants today but demonstrates how much their ancestors' extraordinary past still plays a dominant role in the daily life of their descendants.|
|Description (link): ||http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/172921437?q=9781903292259&c=book&versionId=188496405|
|Appears in Collections:||Linguistics publications|
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