Across country: stories from aboriginal Australia
ABC Books for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1998 - Fiction - 228 pages
Collection of stories by Aboriginal people from across Australia, dealing with topics such as coming to terms with the past, coping with racism, relationships, childhood, work and the future. Contributors include Beatrice Ballangarry, John Clark, Bruce Pascoe and Janice Slater.
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