Baraiyo (Queensland Aboriginal Word Meaning to Light, Kindle): Austrailian Essays, Stories, Verse
Hawthorne Press, 1962 - Australian literature - 85 pages
Includes various poems and a short story on Aboriginal themes and passing of traditional lifestyles.
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DAYBREAK F J Allsop
AUTUMNS FADED CLOAK Dorothy Davern
FOREST FIRE Mary P Shaw
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