The Honey-ant Men's Love Song and Other Aboriginal Song Poems
Robert Malcolm Ward Dixon, Robert M. W. Dixon, Martin Duwell
University of Queensland Press, 1990 - Aboriginal Australian poetry - 147 pages
Traditional songs from Alyawarre/Warlpiri, Dyirbal, Burarra (Gidjingali dialect) and Wangkangurru; concerns secular themes and mythological, such as honey-ant, cockatoo, crow, eel, brolga, sugar glider, morning star, carpet snakes.
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