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Glenys Ward Glenys Ward i(A23966 works by) (a.k.a. Glenyse Spratt)
Born: Established: 1949 Perth, Western Australia, ;
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Noongar / Nyoongar / Nyoongah / Nyungar / Nyungah/Noonygar
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1 From Wandering Girl (Running Whenever She Needed Me) Glenys Ward , 2008 extract autobiography (Wandering Girl)
— Appears in: Macquarie PEN Anthology of Aboriginal Literature 2008; (p. 112-114) Macquarie PEN Anthology of Australian Literature 2009; (p. 1174-1176)
1 form Glenys Ward Glenys Ward , 2007 single work film/TV oral history
— Appears in: Stolen Generations' Testimonies 2007;
1 Never Put Yourself Down Glenys Ward , 2003 extract autobiography (Wandering Girl)
— Appears in: Western Australian Writing : An Online Anthology 2003;
1 Excerpt Unna You Fullas Glenys Ward , 1998 extract autobiography (Unna You Fullas)
— Appears in: Indigenous Australian Voices : A Reader 1998; (p. 188-208)
1 Life Story Glenys Ward , 1995 single work life story
— Appears in: Bur-ran-gur Ang (Court Out) : Women and the Law 1995; (p. 48)
1 Read Your Story (from Unna You Fullas) Glenys Ward , 1994 extract single work prose
— Appears in: Summer Shorts 2 : Stories - Poems - Articles - Images 1994; (p. 180-183)
1 1 Mrs Whatsername Glenys Ward , 1993 single work drama
1 Two Sides to the Schoolroom (from Unna You Fullas) Glenys Ward , 1993 extract autobiography
— Appears in: The Age , 10 February 1993; (p. 2)
1 18 y separately published work icon Unna You Fullas Glenys Ward , Broome : Magabala Books , 1991 Z367660 1991 single work autobiography (taught in 1 units) About Aboriginal children looking out for each other as they struggle to conform to the Good Christian Way. It captures their laughter, their tears, their wisdom, and the pranks that helped them survive this ironic clash of culture, religion and personality. (Source: Libraries Australia record).
1 Wandering Girl Glenys Ward , 1990 extract autobiography (Wandering Girl)
— Appears in: Aboriginal Voices : Contemporary Aboriginal Artists, Writers and Performers 1990; (p. 21)
1 Glenyse Ward : Writer Glenys Ward , 1990 single work autobiography essay
— Appears in: Aboriginal Voices : Contemporary Aboriginal Artists, Writers and Performers 1990; (p. 18-20, 22-23)
1 Wandering Girl Glenys Ward , 1988 extract autobiography (Wandering Girl)
— Appears in: Kunapipi , vol. 10 no. 1-2 1988; (p. 129-134)
1 29 y separately published work icon Wandering Girl Glenys Ward , Broome : Magabala Books , 1987 Z279172 1987 single work autobiography

Glenyse Ward was taken from her mother and put into Wandering Mission to grow up in a regimented and enclosed world of German nuns. At sixteen, again without choice, she was sent to a wealthy farm to be little better than a slave. Soon, she was wishing shoe was back at the mission...' (Source: Back cover)

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