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The Long Agistment: Yulgilbar 1842 single work   poetry   "We said that we had made war upon them"
  • Author:agent Geoff Page http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/page-geoff
Issue Details: First known date: 1996... 1996 The Long Agistment: Yulgilbar 1842
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    y separately published work icon The Great Forgetting Geoff Page , Canberra : Aboriginal Studies Press National Museum of Australia , 1996 Z549041 1996 selected work poetry This is the forgotten story of Australia in the last 200 years, the story of the interaction of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. It is about brutality, arrogance, honest misunderstandings, occasional decencies and continuing unresolved problems. In this creative contribution towards national reconciliation, poet Geoff Page and artist Pooraraar combine their significant talents in an effort to end 'the great forgetting'. (Back cover). Canberra : Aboriginal Studies Press National Museum of Australia , 1996 pg. 17-18
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    y separately published work icon Ngara : Living in This Place Now John Muk Muk Burke (editor), Martin Langford (editor), Five Islands Press The Poets Union , 2004 Z1175433 2004 anthology poetry essay Five Islands Press The Poets Union , 2004 pg. 47-48
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    y separately published work icon Antipodes : Poetic Responses Margaret Bradstock (editor), Putney : Phoenix Education , 2011 Z1760960 2011 anthology poetry extract Antipodes, representing poets born between 1790 and 1983, provides a wonderful introduction to the changing views of Australia and its history over the past two hundred years as well as to the excellent poetry that is part of our heritage. -- Emeritus Professor Elizabeth Webby (from the Foreword) Putney : Phoenix Education , 2011 pg. 64-65
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