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y separately published work icon Gularabulu : Stories from the West Kimberley selected work   criticism   life story   oral history   Indigenous story  
Issue Details: First known date: 1983... 1983 Gularabulu : Stories from the West Kimberley
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Units Teaching this Work

Text Unit Name Institution Year
y separately published work icon Gularabulu : Stories from the West Kimberley Stephen Muecke (editor), Paddy Roe , Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 1983 Z894338 1983 selected work criticism life story oral history Indigenous story (taught in 6 units) Gularabulu, 'the coast where the sun goes down' is an area of country on the coast of the West Kimberley in the north-west of Western Australia. These stories belong not just to Paddy Roe but to all the people from the traditional tribal groupings of the Garadjeri, Nyigina, Yaour, Nyul-nyul and Djaber-djaber tribes. Aboriginal Writing University of Melbourne 2009
y separately published work icon Gularabulu : Stories from the West Kimberley Stephen Muecke (editor), Paddy Roe , Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 1983 Z894338 1983 selected work criticism life story oral history Indigenous story (taught in 6 units) Gularabulu, 'the coast where the sun goes down' is an area of country on the coast of the West Kimberley in the north-west of Western Australia. These stories belong not just to Paddy Roe but to all the people from the traditional tribal groupings of the Garadjeri, Nyigina, Yaour, Nyul-nyul and Djaber-djaber tribes. Aboriginal Writing University of Melbourne 2010 (Semester 2)
y separately published work icon Gularabulu : Stories from the West Kimberley Stephen Muecke (editor), Paddy Roe , Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 1983 Z894338 1983 selected work criticism life story oral history Indigenous story (taught in 6 units) Gularabulu, 'the coast where the sun goes down' is an area of country on the coast of the West Kimberley in the north-west of Western Australia. These stories belong not just to Paddy Roe but to all the people from the traditional tribal groupings of the Garadjeri, Nyigina, Yaour, Nyul-nyul and Djaber-djaber tribes. Aboriginal Writing University of Melbourne 2014 (Semester 2)
y separately published work icon Gularabulu : Stories from the West Kimberley Stephen Muecke (editor), Paddy Roe , Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 1983 Z894338 1983 selected work criticism life story oral history Indigenous story (taught in 6 units) Gularabulu, 'the coast where the sun goes down' is an area of country on the coast of the West Kimberley in the north-west of Western Australia. These stories belong not just to Paddy Roe but to all the people from the traditional tribal groupings of the Garadjeri, Nyigina, Yaour, Nyul-nyul and Djaber-djaber tribes. Aboriginal Writing University of Melbourne 2011 (Semester 2)
y separately published work icon Gularabulu : Stories from the West Kimberley Stephen Muecke (editor), Paddy Roe , Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 1983 Z894338 1983 selected work criticism life story oral history Indigenous story (taught in 6 units) Gularabulu, 'the coast where the sun goes down' is an area of country on the coast of the West Kimberley in the north-west of Western Australia. These stories belong not just to Paddy Roe but to all the people from the traditional tribal groupings of the Garadjeri, Nyigina, Yaour, Nyul-nyul and Djaber-djaber tribes. Aboriginal Writing University of Melbourne 2012 (Semester 2)
y separately published work icon Gularabulu : Stories from the West Kimberley Stephen Muecke (editor), Paddy Roe , Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 1983 Z894338 1983 selected work criticism life story oral history Indigenous story (taught in 6 units) Gularabulu, 'the coast where the sun goes down' is an area of country on the coast of the West Kimberley in the north-west of Western Australia. These stories belong not just to Paddy Roe but to all the people from the traditional tribal groupings of the Garadjeri, Nyigina, Yaour, Nyul-nyul and Djaber-djaber tribes. Aboriginal Writing University of Melbourne 2016 (Semester 2)
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