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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Stranded on Both Sides of the Colour Bar
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Russell Guy's 'novel, Dry Crossing, is about those hard years seen through the eyes of one of the whitefellers, a bloke named Dizzy Roundabout who has been touring with The Little Trees for the past ten years, busting his guts on both sides of the colour bar. ...'

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