Mutant Message Down Under

Mutant Message Down Under

Large Print - 1994
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Baker & Taylor
A fictional account of an American woman's four-month odyssey through the Australian Outback with the region's native people shares a message about living in harmony with the world around

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Thorndike Press, 1994
ISBN: 0786203307 (alk. paper : lg. print)
Branch Call Number: LP FIC MORGAN
Characteristics: 248 p

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21269007516681
Jan 11, 2015

It is advised that you do an internet search : "Helping Yourself: Marlo Morgan and the Fabrication of Aboriginal Culture.
By Cath Ellis"
The book has infuriated many Australians in it's lack of authenticity. It was first published as non-fiction, more recently as fiction. It is very disappointing to realize that an author can mislead readers about a story and her qualifications.

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mclusername
Jun 24, 2012

"Dream time". A way to "see" time that most people are not used to. Blows my mind. That's what I like most about this book--a different way to think about such a common thing. Fascinating!

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otterson
Sep 04, 2011

A great read for those who know there is more to life than what we perceive.

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