This Is What Happened: Historical narratives by Aborigines

By: Hercus, Luise, Sutton,

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This Is What Happened: Historical narratives by Aborigines by Hercus, Luise, Sutton, Peter (eds)
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Australia: Aust. Inst. Aboriginal st, 1986. Cloth Bds. very good/very good. Oblong 8vo. b&w photo illus. dustwrapper A collection of myths/stories/histories told by Aboriginal Australians in their own languages; this volume stands as a counterbalance to the various histories of Aboriginies as told by white Australians; each story has an introduction in English, followed by the tale itself in Native language, followed by English translation and notes; an indispensable text.

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