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Jane Christophersen Jane Christophersen i(A91483 works by) (a.k.a. Jane Garlil Christophersen)
Born: Established: 1925 Arnhem Land, Top End, Northern Territory, ;
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Bunitj people
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1 Maidje Jane Christophersen , 2007 single work short story children's
— Appears in: Kakadu Calling : Stories for Kids 2007; (p. 63-[70])
1 Dinky, the Dingo Jane Christophersen , 2007 single work short story children's
— Appears in: Kakadu Calling : Stories for Kids 2007; (p. 45-[61])
1 Visit to the City Jane Christophersen , 2007 single work short story children's
— Appears in: Kakadu Calling : Stories for Kids 2007; (p. 31-[42])
1 Fishing Trip Jane Christophersen , 2007 single work short story children's
— Appears in: Kakadu Calling : Stories for Kids 2007; (p. 17-[29])
1 Finding My Way Home Jane Christophersen , 2007 single work short story children's
— Appears in: Kakadu Calling : Stories for Kids 2007; (p. 1-[15])
1 4 y separately published work icon Kakadu Calling : Stories for Kids Jane Christophersen , Broome : Magabala Books , 2007 Z1377010 2007 selected work children's fiction 'Jane Christophersen, an elder of the Bunitj clan in Kakadu National Park, opens up our hearts with this wonderful collection of stories from the Australian bush. Join the adventures of Burrki, a young boy who travels across a huge landscape to find his way home, encountering buffaloes and snakes along the way. Step into Mardjibi's shoes and feel what it's like to visit the city after you have lived your whole life in the bush.' Source: Publisher's blurb
1 7 y separately published work icon My Home in Kakadu Jane Christophersen , Christine Christophersen (illustrator), Broome : Magabala Books , 2005 Z1224437 2005 single work picture book children's 'Through the eyes of her granddaughter, Tarrah, respected elder Jane Christophersen reveals the beauty of life in Kakadu National Park and the significance of the changing seasons to those who live there.' Source: Book jacket.
1 Learning About Country Jane Christophersen , 2003 single work short story
— Appears in: Northern Territory Literary Awards 2003 2003; (p. 92-95)
1 A Holiday In Town Jane Christophersen , 2001 single work life story
— Appears in: Under the Mango Tree : Oral Histories with Indigenous People from the Top End 2001; (p. 7-15)
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