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Abstract of The Lost Race: My Father’s Story by Melly Kruger, 1995.
The Lost Race : My Father's Story single work   poetry   "Black people crying dispossession of their land"
Issue Details: First known date: 1995... 1995 The Lost Race : My Father's Story
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    y separately published work icon Voices from the Heart : Contemporary Aboriginal Poetry from Central Australia Roger Bennett (editor), Alice Springs : IAD Press , 1995 Z564167 1995 anthology poetry 'In Voices from the Heart, nationally acclaimed playwright Roger Bennett has gathered together the work of Aboriginal poets of the Centre. The poems reflect the diversity of the writers: some experienced poets and some never before published. Their voices speak of the good and bad that has influenced their lives; mother and daughter love; what it means to be Aboriginal; and love of the country - an enduring impression of the spirit of Aboriginal people in Central Australia.' Source: Publisher's note (Sighted 29/10/2009) Alice Springs : IAD Press , 1995 pg. 35

Works about this Work

BlackWords : Our Truths - Aboriginal Writers and the Stolen Generations Anita Heiss , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: The BlackWords Essays 2015; (p. 4)

In this essay Heiss demonstrates that stories, poetry, songs, plays and memoirs are 'living' evidence of truths otherwise untold or appropriated (Source: Introduction)

BlackWords : Our Truths - Aboriginal Writers and the Stolen Generations Anita Heiss , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: The BlackWords Essays 2015; (p. 4)

In this essay Heiss demonstrates that stories, poetry, songs, plays and memoirs are 'living' evidence of truths otherwise untold or appropriated (Source: Introduction)

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