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'Upstairs in the tiny, olive green, iner city terrance house, Angela was eavesdropping on Brendan's conversation. His face was partly covered by his mobile phone and he looked distraught as he breathed into it...'
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'Life In Gadigal Country is the first anthology of writing published by Gadigal Information Service, and a tribute to the Gadigal peoples of Sydney.'
'The book is a collection of writings of some of the strongest political voices, by some of the most promising cotemporary writers, about some of the most significant issues that have faced the first peoples of the country known as Gadigal Country, since the process of colonisation began in 1788.' (Source: Anita Heiss website)