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Is part of Looking Back : Doing Time : Place of Internment Graeme Dixon , 2003 sequence life story
Issue Details: First known date: 2003... 2003 Hillston Boy's Farm
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    y separately published work icon Holocaust Revisited : Killing Time Graeme Dixon , Crawley : School of Indigenous Studies, University of Western Australia , 2003 Z1063370 2003 selected work poetry life story essay

    'Graeme Dixon's journey is one that has been made too often by too many Aboriginal people. It is a journey that lies within a legal system that has at its core a lock and key: on doors and windows, in hearts and minds it incarcerates whole communities. Graeme's poems and stories speak from the heart and they speak from experience, the living voice of Aboriginal prisoners past and present.' Source: Holocaust Revisited: Killing Time (2003)

    Crawley : School of Indigenous Studies, University of Western Australia , 2003
    pg. 31-43
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