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Religion and art, their nature and interrelationship

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Religion and art, their nature and interrelationship
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Religion and art, their nature and interrelationship
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Chap.1-2; Defines religion and art; Chap.3; Religion and art, their relationship, importance of mythology; Chap.4; Religion & art in Australia, emphasis on fertility in Kunapipi cult of Arnhem Land & Rainbow Serpent, conception beliefs, dependence of ritual & myth, group activity, role of women (Arnhem Land), examines Wauwilok myth cycle to show interrelated concepts of fertility, ritual examined to show relationship with myth; table shows symbolic expression of religious values in Arnhem Land, role of art in Aboriginal religion (Jelmalandji poles, Wandjina paintings, Lightning Brothers painting), 3 examples examined (rock carving - Sydney area)
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Calley, Malcolm John Chalmers
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B.A. Thesis - University of Sydney
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Religion and art, their nature and interrelationship
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illus.; tbls
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M0055423
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xviii, 102, [5] p.
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  • Open access - reading
  • Closed copying & quotation Principal and/or Depositor's permission
  • Not for Inter-Library Loan
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0079354
Label
Religion and art, their nature and interrelationship
Publication
Note
illus.; tbls
Control code
M0055423
Extent
xviii, 102, [5] p.
Governing access note
  • Open access - reading
  • Closed copying & quotation Principal and/or Depositor's permission
  • Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0079354

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