Mutant Message Down Under

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MM Company, 1991 - Fiction - 191 pages
An American woman's fictionalized account of her life with the Aborigines of Australia. The novel's message is that Western culture is in trouble because it has divorced itself from nature. The author is a practitioner of alternative health.

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User Review  - Lindoula - LibraryThing

I read this in high school and found it fascinating, but I've since learned that the author made it all up. When confronted by indigenous Australians, Morgan admitted publicly that she faked the whole ... Read full review

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User Review  - wealhtheowwylfing - LibraryThing

One woman goes on a walkabout with an Aboriginal tribe. To this day, two things stick in my mind: when she has her period, she collects it in a leaf tube; and when she returns to "civilization" many months later, she has to literally cut off inches of calluses from her feet. Read full review


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