Inside the Australian and New Zealand book industry

Image. Advertisement:

Of Marsupials and Men (Alistair Paton, Black Inc.)

If members of the Acclimatisation Society of Victoria had had their way, monkeys and boa constrictors would have been let loose in the foliage of 19th-century Melbourne. That idea was shot down, of course, but the group’s—and the era’s—relationship with animals remains just as perplexing to a modern reader. With...

Please log in or subscribe to access all of Books+Publishing's premium content.

 

Login

Forgot my password

IP access

If you have purchased IP access, please click the button below to activate your service.

Check IP access

Subscribe

Purchase a subscription to access Books+Publishing‘s premium content.

We now offer a pay-by-the-month subscription.

Click here to see our range of subscription options.

Subscribe

 

 

Category: Reviews