Town Life in Australia
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Please try again later. Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I am re-visiting this book which, many years ago, we were forced to read at school. This is a difficult book to rate, since it has to be looked at on two levels. Firstly, as reading material, and secondly, as an historical document.
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The book was originally compiled as a series of letters but has metamorphosed into a series of essays on the aforementioned subjects. Published in it is a fascinating look at urban Australia from the fresh veiwpoint of an Englishman.
Interestingly, as the book progresses, Twopeny seems to identify as an Australian more and more, often using the term "we" when referring to Australians. He seems to have been particularly fond of Melbourne, although he subsequently spent a lot of time in New Zealand; he then moved back to Melbourne before dying at the age of 58 in London. Twopeny's style is mostly easy to read. More stories from South Australia. If you have inside knowledge of a topic in the news, contact the ABC.
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