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Three hours before dawn, twenty five naked men crouched and shivered in the blasted heath of Baran Guba, an island off the south coast of New South Wales. The massive granite plinths of Guruwul, the whale and Narangga, the shark, loomed against the black sky and the sea wolves howled. (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Island no. 149 2017 11563457 2017 periodical issue

    'Eighteen months ago, at the fag end of a mild New South Wales winter, I moved with my family from the Blue Mountains outside Sydney to South America : Chile first, then Argentina, and ultimately Easter Island, to research a book about my family. They were Scottish merchants, those forbears, Wee Free Protestants with a Bible in one hand and an account ledger in the other. Who set up business in Valparaiso, Chile, in the mid-nineteenth century and then went about becoming rich.'  (Editorial)

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