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Dhudu-dhudu / storyteller: Larrtjannga Ganambarr ; transcription and editing: Lalambarri Yunupingu ; illustrations: Yandhalawuy Maymuru
Bib ID 2834185
Format BookBook
Author
Ganambarr, Larrtjannga
 
Description [Yirrkala] N.T. : Yirrkala School Literature Production Centre, [1985?] 
[8] p. : ill. ; 21 x 30 cm. 
ISBN 0864090145
Notes

Title also spelt as Dhuduthudu, and represents a totemic ancestor of the Melville Bay area, according to Christie.

Text in Gumatj.

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Christie, Bibliography of books in Yolngu languages.

Subjects Gumatj language -- Readers.  |  Yolngu (Australian people) -- Folklore.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Arnhem Land.
Other authors/contributors Yunupingu, Lalambarri  |  Maymuru, Yandhalawuy  |  Yirrkala School Literature Production Centre

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