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Gularabulu : stories from the West Kimberley / Paddy Roe ; Stephen Muecke (editor)
Bib ID 7091428
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Roe, Paddy, 1912-2001, author
 
Description Crawley, W.A. UWA Publishing, 2016 
©2016 
viii, 152 pages : 1 portrait ; 20 cm 
ISBN 9781742589275 (paperback)
Summary

AUSTRALASIAN & PACIFIC HISTORY. AUSTRALIAN. A groundbreaking presentation, in a revised edition, of Indigenous Australian storytelling as it actually sounds; these stories provide a fascinating picture of the life of the people of the west Kimberley after colonisation. Paddy Roe was a legendary figure in the revival and maintenance of law and culture in the Broome area in the mid-twentieth century. In this book he continues and revitalises one of the great literary traditions of Australia. Stephen Muecke is a leading Australian academic whose work has encompassed a number of disciplines in the humanities. With Paddy Roe, Muecke is co-writer of the prize-winning Reading the Country.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Western Australia -- Folklore.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Western Australia -- Legends.  |  Tales -- Western Australia.  |  Dreamtime (Aboriginal Australian mythology) -- Western Australia.  |  Mythology, Aboriginal Australian -- Western Australia.  |  Literature and stories - Story telling and story tellers.  |  Animals - Mammals - Horses.  |  Language - English - Aboriginal English.  |  Stories and motifs - Mythological beings.  |  Stories and motifs - Devils, monsters, evil spirits, hairy men, bunyips.  |  Stories and motifs - Ghosts.  |  Language - Linguistics - Vocabulary and grammar - Pronouns.  |  Stories and motifs - Possums.  |  Animals - Mammals - Donkeys / Mules.  |  Stories and motifs - Birds.  |  Literature and stories - Juvenile.  |  Literature and stories - Poetry.  |  Animals - Mammals - Dingoes / Dogs.  |  Western Australia (WA)  |  West Kimberley area (WA SD51, SD52, SE51)  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Muecke, Stephen, 1951- editor
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