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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 Sudanese Lost Boy's Long Walk Comes to Life
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'When refugees write accounts of their lives they usually express gratitude to the nation that has received them. A Child Escapes, in which Francis Deng describes his life from childhood as one of the Lost Boys of Sudan to refugee in Kenya and now employed in a bank in Australia, is no exception. Left unsaid, but equally important, is the gift that he and other immigrants have been to Australia. In some small measure they have made their own worlds and their experiences part of Australia.' (Article summary)

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    y separately published work icon Eureka Street vol. 29 no. 8 21 April 2019 16851277 2019 periodical issue 2019
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