The Rock: Travelling to Uluru

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Allen & Unwin, 1994 - Ayers Rock (N.T.) - 319 pages
Personal narrative of author's trip to Uluru; interweaves Indigenous heritage and culture with current significance of Uluru to all Australians; focusses on the importance of Uluru to the Aboriginal people; some biographies of settler identities (Bill Harney).

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About the author (1994)

Barry Hill's long narrative poem, Ghosting William Buckley won the 1994 NSW Premier's Award for Poetry, and his labour history, Sitting-In won the same award for Non-Fiction in 1992. Although he lives by the sea in Queenscliff, Victoria, his recent work, including The Inland Sea, his third book of poetry, arises out of travelling and research in Central Australia. He teaches occasionally at the University of Melbourne and is poetry editor for the national newspaper, The Australian.

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