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Somewhere in the Atlas by Nicholas Hasluck

Somewhere in the Atlas

Description : "Provides a vivid account of journeys undertaken by the author in Papua New Guinea, China, Vietnam and Bolivia. These travel pieces, written over forty years, add up to a memoir of the author's many-sided life and times.

Subtitle : The Road to Khe Sanh and Other Travel Pieces

Authors : Nicholas Hasluck

Published Date : 2007

Publisher : Freshwater Bay Press

ISBN : 1740084403

Page : 357 Pages

Categories : Australia

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