Title: Ned Kelly: Man and Myth
Author: Manning Clark et al
Hardcover with dust jacket - Fair condition, some tears to the dust jacket.
"Ned Kelly: Man and Myth" by Manning Clark and other emininet writers and historians is a biographical work that explores the life of Ned Kelly, an infamous Australian outlaw and folk hero. The book offers a detailed account of Kelly's life, from his early years in a poverty-stricken family to his rise as a notorious bushranger. Clark examines the factors that contributed to Kelly's notoriety, including the harsh treatment of Irish immigrants in Australia, Kelly's own experiences with the law, and the media sensationalism that surrounded his exploits. Throughout the book, Clark also delves into the mythology surrounding Kelly's life and how his story has been distorted over time by popular culture and media.
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