Gabo Djara

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Dodd, Mead, 1987 - Fiction - 242 pages
The author presents an allegory about the impact of European civilization on Australia's aboriginies in the story of Gabo Djara, a green ant, and the despoilment of a land by uranium mining and nuclear weapons testing

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About the author (1987)

Born Streten Bozic in a small Serbian village, Wongar came to Australia after WWII as an immigrant and worked on the Snowy River Dam. He then went to the outback and lived with an Aboriginal tribe, married one of them, and began writing fiction.

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