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Issue Details: First known date: 1990... 1990 Waterdogs
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Paperbark : A Collection of Black Australian Writings Jack Davis (editor), Stephen Muecke (editor), Mudrooroo (editor), Adam Shoemaker (editor), St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 1990 Z299632 1990 anthology poetry drama short story criticism prose autobiography biography (taught in 2 units)

    'This is the first collection to span the diverse range of Black Australian writings. Thirty-six Aboriginal and Islander authors have contributed, including David Unaipon, Oodgeroo Noonuccal, Gerry Bostock, Ruby Langford, Robert Bropho, Jack Davis, Hyllus Maris, William Ferguson, Sally Morgan, Mudrooroo Narogin and Archie Weller. Many more are represented through community writings such as petitions and letters.

    Collected over six years from all the states and territories of Australia, Paperbark ranges widely across time and genre from the 1840s to the present, from transcriptions of oral literature to rock opera. Prose, poetry, song, drama and polemic are accompanied by the selected artworks of Jimmy Pike, and an extensive, up-to-date bibliography.The voices of Black Australia speak with passion and power in this challenging and important anthology.' Source: Publisher's blurb.

    St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 1990
    pg. 84-89
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    y separately published work icon Weeta Poona : The Moon is Risen Jim Everett , Karen Brown , Hobart : Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre , 1992 Z449753 1992 selected work short story 'The publication of this book of short stories by Tasmania's two best known Aboriginal writers, Karen Brown and Jim Everette, has very simple purposes. It is a book written, illustrated and produced by aborigines, mainly for Aborigines. The main purpose of the book is to show Aboriginal children just how enjoyable storytelling can be when it is done properly; when it is done by Aborigines who have something important to say. Although this small publication will not bring the public acclaim which some mainland Aborigines have achieved with their writing in the last few years, these stories clearly show that Tasmanian Aboriginal writing is amongst the best in the country.' (Source foreword) Hobart : Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre , 1992 pg. 10-16
Alternative title: Cho nuoc
Language: English , Vietnamese
Notes:
Text in English and Vietnamese on facing pages.
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Australian Short Stories Truyen ngan Uc Rose Moxham (editor), Trinh Lu (translator), Hanoi : Hoi Nhaa Van , 2005 Z1325413 2005 anthology short story Translations of twenty short stories ranging from Lawson to Matthew Condon. Hanoi : Hoi Nhaa Van , 2005 pg. 342-355
Last amended 18 Mar 2010 15:54:50
Subjects:
  • Country towns,
  • Morwell, La Trobe Valley, Gippsland, Victoria,
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