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Spear prose   dreaming story  
Issue Details: First known date: 2004... 2004 Spear
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'A man in a family group envies another man, s magical spear. He tries to steal the spear, but is caught and punished, and then brought back into the group.

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    form y separately published work icon Dust Echoes : Ancient Stories, New Voices 2004 Z1611900 2004 website film/TV dreaming story

    The Dust Echoes consists of twelve dreamtime stories from the Wugularr Community in Arnhem Land located in the northern Territory of Australia. Narrated by Tom E. Lewis, this series has been screened during film festivals throughout the world. The Dust Echoes provides young people with 12 dreamtime stories to inspire interest and respect for Aboriginal culture

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