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From Hugh Edwards, one of the discoverers of the wreck of the Batavia, comes Islands of Angry Ghosts, an expert and compelling look at one of the most horrific .
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Author's note, biography and index. Colour photographic paperback binding with black coloured titles to the front panel and backstrip. In the Dutch East India ship, Batavia, suffered a mutiny of its crew and then wrecking on one of the islands in the Abrolhos archipelago off the coast of Western Australia. Of the ship's complement, men women and children were murdered before relief came for them.
This is the story of that disaster and of years later when an Australian undersea expedition finding the remnants of that ship and of what they recovered. Minor creasing of the book corners with rubbing of the book edges and panels.
Light age toning of the text block edges and pages with previous owner's note to the verso of the front panel. Please refer to accompanying picture s. Quantity Available: 1. ISBN: Inventory No: More information about this seller Contact this seller Light age toning of the text block edges and pages. If paying by PayPal, shipping will not be reduced. Condition: UsedAcceptable. Paper Back. These books were purchased new and have been in storage for decades. However the cover has light shelf wear, the spine is lightly faded and the edges of the book are somewhat tanned.
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Several copies are avaliable. Size: Size D: 7"-8" Tall mm. Published by c About this Item: c Story of the Batavia wreck off Australia in and an expedition to research and find the ship. Published by William Morrow. About this Item: William Morrow. Condition: Fair. A readable copy.
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All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. Seller Inventory GI5N Published by Pymble , Harper Collins Publishers, About this Item: Amsterdam-Antwerpen, Wereldbibliotheek, Original coloured stiff wrappers with covertitle and illustration, designed by E.
Frontispiece sketch-map of the region , synopsis printed on lower outer cover. Dutch language novel in which the history of the fate of a VOC merchant "Batavia", stranded off Australia's Westcoast, carring a valuable cargo, the subsequent mutiny and terror which killed passengers and faithful crew. Paperback edition as publ.
Good to very good copy. Published by U. About this Item: U. Soft cover. Seller Inventory ABE Published by HarperCollins Publishers, Sydney, etc. Revised edition. Light wear, bumped, light spotting to upper page edges, label of previous owner at half-title. Pictures available on request. Published by William Morrow About this Item: William Morrow, Good reading copy, exlibrary copy with intact jacket under mylar, unmarked text, copy has significant age and reading wear, fly leaf pages torn.
Published by Sydney. About this Item: Sydney. Pictorial soft cover. Soft cover - Reprint. Book in Very Good condition with some light general wear.
Published by Angus and Robertson Publishers, Sydney Condition: Near Fine. Original illustrated wrappers, one double-page map. Pages tanning else an excellent copy of a work originally published in About this Item: Live2Pedal.
Islands Of Angry Ghosts
Publisher overstock copy. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Not only did the pagan beliefs around spirits of the dead continue, but they also became part of many of early church practices. The dead, in this view, might require help from the living to make their journey towards Heaven. These beliefs are not just part of the Christian world. The friendly ghosts are commonly ancestral or familial and are welcomed into the home during the ghost festival.
These could range from unsolved murders, lack of proper funerals, forced suicides, preventable tragedies and other ethical failures.
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Ghosts, in this light, are often seeking justice from beyond the grave. They could make such demands from individuals, or from societies as a whole. In this way, ghosts reveal the shadow side of ethics. Their sightings are often a reminder that ethics and morality transcend our lives and that ethical lapses can carry a heavy spiritual burden. Yet ghost stories are also hopeful.
In suggesting a life after death, they offer a chance to be in contact with those that have passed and therefore a chance for redemption — a way to atone for past wrongs.