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Elaine Sharpe Elaine Sharpe i(A72601 works by)
Born: Established: 1920 ;
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal
(Storyteller) assertion
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BiographyHistory

Elaine Sharpe's granddaughter is Jennifer Inkamala (q.v.) and together they recorded the story The Rainbow Serpent : Yeye Apme Kwerlaye-Iperre.

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Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Yeye Apme Kwerlaye-Iperre : The Rainbow Serpent Alice Springs : Yipirinya School Council , 1988 Z1009813 1988 single work picture book children's Indigenous story

'The story tells how people behaved in the old days when Aboriginal people went to the place known by non-Aboriginals as Glen Helen, which is a sacred place called Yapalpe.'

Source: Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages

1991 winner Australian Multicultural Children's Literature Awards Picture Book
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