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Published to mark the Women 150 Writers' Week held in Melbourne during September 1985.
* Contents derived from the Waterloo,South Sydney area,Sydney Southern Suburbs,Sydney,New South Wales,:Waterloo Press,1985 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Kew, a Vietnamese woman living during the Vietnam War, suddenly goes deaf. As her family distances themselves from her, so too does she express her silent frustration, living in conflict with each other.
Protectioni"In the days when our land and our people were free",Eva Johnson,
1985single work poetry satire