Memoirs from the Corner Country: The Story of May Hunt

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Magabala Books, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 207 pages
‘Nana was an imposing woman. She was large and dark, with silver hair that fell to her waist, and strong arms that nestled me into her bosom. Her scars bore testament to her physical adventures. A lump in her shoulder at the age of 73 from the continual rebound of a 12 gauge shotgun, and a 22 calibre bullet rested alongside her spine.’ Memoirs of the Corner Country is a journey through one of the harshest terrains in outback Australia, its community relationships and the enduring struggle of a single mother with six children.

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About the author (2006)

\Harold Hunt is well-known in NSW for his work in cross-cultural communication and Indigenous health. He has spent many years working as an educator and counsellor in the area of substance abuse and has been a lecturer at Charles Sturt University in Dubbo, NSW.

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