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Sites of Resistance

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April 2004, no. 260

Very Big Journey: My life as I remember it by Hilda Jarman Muir

Aboriginal Studies Press, $29.95 pb, 156 pp

Sites of Resistance

by
April 2004, no. 260

In her recently published collection of critical writing by indigenous Australians, Michele Grossman notes that ‘[s]ince the early 1980s, the burgeoning interest in and publication of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writing …has become increasingly well-established’. This is particularly true when we consider the success of life-writing by Aboriginal women in the last twenty years. Sally Morgan is practically a household name, and even the once-maligned work of Ruby Langford Ginibi has taken its place on school reading lists around the country.

Ceridwen Spark reviews 'Very Big Journey: My life as I remember it' by Hilda Jarman Muir

Very Big Journey: My life as I remember it

by Hilda Jarman Muir

Aboriginal Studies Press, $29.95 pb, 156 pp

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