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Doris Pilkington Garimara (born Nugi Garimara; c. 1 July 1937 – 10 April 2014), also known as Doris Pilkington, was an Australian author. She wrote Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence (1996), a story of three Aboriginal girls, among them Pilkington's mother, Molly Craig, who escaped from the Moore River Native Settlement in Western Australia and travelled 2,414 km (1,500 miles) for nine weeks to return to their family.

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Hadashi no 1500-mairu = Rabbit-proof fence / Dorisu Pirukinguton ; Nakae Masahiko yaku
裸足の1500マイル = Rabbit-proof fence / ドリス・ピルキングトン ; 中江昌彦訳
Uniform title: Rabbit-proof fence. Japanese
by Pilkington, Doris, 1937-2014
Tōkyō : Media Fakutorī, 2003 , ©2003
東京 : メディアファクトリー, 2003
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
Man man hui jia lu / Dolisi Pijindun zhu ; Shi Qing yi
漫漫回家路 / 多丽丝.皮金顿著 ; 石青译
Uniform title: Rabbit-proof fence. Chinese
by Pilkington, Doris, 1937-2014
Beijing Shi : Ren min wen xue chu ban she, 2005
北京市 : 人民文学出版社, 2005
 
 
Uniform title: Follow the rabbit-proof fence
by Pilkington, Doris, 1937-2014
New York : Miramax Books : Hyperion, [2002]
 
 
 
Uniform title: Follow the rabbit-proof fence. Dutch
by Pilkington, Doris, 1937-2014
Amsterdam: Zilver Pockets, 2007, c2003
 
 
Uniform title: Follow the rabbit-proof fence. Swedish
by Pilkington, Doris, 1937-2014
Malmö, Sweden Bra Böcker, 2005 , © 2005
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
by Olsen, Christine
Strawberry Hills, N.S.W. : Currency Press, 2002
 
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