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Issue Details: First known date: 1983... 1983 From Banggaiyerri: The story of Jack Sullivan: Introduction
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    y separately published work icon Banggaiyerri : The Story of Jack Sullivan, as Told to Bruce Shaw Jack Sullivan , Bruce Shaw , Canberra : Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies , 1983 Z959279 1983 single work life story 'Bruce Shaw met Jack in 1973 and late that year began tape recording his reminiscences. Shaw's first transcription yielded nearly 800 pages of text. ...Jack Sullivan spoke in a style mid-way between Pidgin/Creole English and a colloquial bush slang used by white stockmen. Dialogue was an intrinsic part of the oral tradition upon which Jack was drawing and consequently Bruce Shaw has written Jack's accounts in standard colloquial English, while rendering direct speech in Aboriginal English.' (Back cover). Canberra : Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies , 1983 pg. 1-27
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