Two plays by an Aboriginal writer which epitomize the tragedy of the Nyungar Aborigines; Kullark dramatizes the devastation of the original occupants of the Perth area, their settlement at Moore River, and the murder of Yagan; The Dreamers features contemporary life among urban Aborigines, its problems and the significance of Aboriginality.
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The Steel and the Stone
The Brutish Years
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