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Abstract of The Stolen Ones by Ivy Dodd, 2000.
The Stolen Ones single work   poetry   "Can anyone hear the children weep,"
Issue Details: First known date: 2000 2000
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    y From Our Hearts : An Anthology of New Aboriginal Writing from Southwest Western Australia Jan Teagle Kapetas (editor), Ivy Dodd (editor), Valmae Dalgetty Whalley (editor), Fiona Stafford (editor), Kay Walley (editor), South Fremantle : Kadadjiny Mia Walyalup Writers , 2000 Z1059220 2000 anthology autobiography biography life story poetry prose short story This anthology features the works of 19 authors and four contributing artists who bring together 'personal histories, poetry, biographies, autobiographies and social commentary, all from the heart. Words about love, family, pain, memories and hope, with a common thread of family hardship but survival amongst strong family ties. ...Many of the works in this anthology are tributes to family members, mothers, fathers, grandparents, children, brothers and sisters, talking about what they lessons they taught and their life experiences...The land and country also provides a common theme for the contributors.' Source: http://www.abc.net.au/ (Sighted 15/12/09) South Fremantle : Kadadjiny Mia Walyalup Writers , 2000 pg. 51

Works about this Work

BlackWords : Our Truths - Aboriginal Writers and the Stolen Generations Anita Heiss , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: The BlackWords Essays 2015; (p. 4)

In this essay Heiss demonstrates that stories, poetry, songs, plays and memoirs are 'living' evidence of truths otherwise untold or appropriated (Source: Introduction)

BlackWords : Our Truths - Aboriginal Writers and the Stolen Generations Anita Heiss , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: The BlackWords Essays 2015; (p. 4)

In this essay Heiss demonstrates that stories, poetry, songs, plays and memoirs are 'living' evidence of truths otherwise untold or appropriated (Source: Introduction)

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