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Sally Dingo Sally Dingo i(A55683 works by)
Born: Established: 1953 Latrobe, Latrobe - Port Sorell area, Northwest Tasmania, Tasmania, ;
Gender: Female
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1 1 y separately published work icon Unsung Ordinary Men : A Generation Like No Other Sally Dingo , Sydney : Hachette Australia , 2010 Z1749945 2010 single work biography The story of Sally Dingo's father, Max Butler, a Prisoner of War (POW) in World War II and of his post war experience until his early death, still reticent about his time as a POW, when his daughter was twelve years old. The biography includes the memories of Max Butler's contemporaries, where Sally Dingo's own knowledge of her father's personal experiences are unknown, and the story of her grandfather, Mort Butler, who served in World War I.
1 Out of the Inferno and into the Fire Sally Dingo , 2001 single work biography
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 27-28 October 2001; (p. 16)
1 A New Chant for Jimmy Blacksmith White Signatures on Black Stories Thomas Keneally , Sally Dingo , 2001 single work criticism autobiography
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 25-26 August 2001; (p. 1, 4-5)
1 3 y separately published work icon Ernie Dingo : King of the Kids : An Australian's Story Sally Dingo , Milsons Point : Random House Australia , 2000 Z842108 2000 single work biography
1 3 y separately published work icon Dingo : The Story of Our Mob Sally Dingo , Milsons Point : Random House Australia , 1997 Z1492727 1997 single work autobiography
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