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The ice and the inland : Mawson, Flynn, and the myth of the frontier /

Compares two Australian folk heroes, Mawson and Flynn, and analyses the reasons for their popularity. It raises a number of topical issues including the role of Australia in the international management of Antarctica; Flynn's treatment of the Aboriginal people; and relationships between the country and the bush.

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