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Four Thousand Fish and Broken Glass Connect Sydney’s Aboriginal Past to Its Present, Heidi Norman , 2018 single work review
— Review of Broken Glass 2018 single work drama ;

'Last year, the federal government’s swift rejection of an Indigenous Voice to Parliament left an already despairing Aboriginal polity limping out the final weeks and days of 2017, myself included. Without offering an alternate plan for protecting and advancing Aboriginal rights at the national level, hope for Aboriginal futures was in short supply.' (Introduction)

Friday Essay: the Cultural Meanings of Wild Horses, Michael Adams , 2017 single work essay

'I am walking quietly through the forest. As I reach the edge of the trees there is a snort and a staccato of hoofbeats, and four horses materialise only metres in front of me: a foal, two mares and a dark stallion. The stallion, ears pricked, tosses his head and prances forward. As I crouch to pick up a branch, the stallion wheels and gallops off with the group. They hurdle an old stock fence, and almost as soon as their hoofs touch down, another big grey stallion comes towards them over the hill.' (Introduction)



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