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The translation scene in Aboriginal Australia / by Chris Kilham
Bib ID 1514649
Format BookBook
Author
Kilham, Christine
 
Description Darwin : Nungalinya College, 1984 
5, 11 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Wontulp occasional bulletin ; no. 8.

Nungalinya occasional bulletin ; no. 22.

Notes

Cover title.

With: Translating for the Pintupi, by Ken Hansen.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Languages -- Study and teaching.  |  Translating and interpreting -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Hansen, K. C. (Kenneth Carl) Translating for the Pintupi

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