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Why Warriors Lie Down and Die; Why Warriors Lie Down & Die: Towards an Understanding of Why the Aboriginal People of Arnhem Land Face the Greatest Crisis in Health and Education Since European Contact; Towards an Understanding of Why the Aboriginal People of Arnhem Land Face the Greatest Crisis in Health and Education Since European Contact : Djambatj Mala

Richard Trudgen, Author
Format
Book
Published
Darwin, NT : Aboriginal Resource & Development Services Inc, 2000.
Language
English
ISBN
0646395874, 9780646395876
Contents
  • Maps-Arnhem Land and Environs
  • Foreward
  • Introduction
  • Part One: The Yolngu of Arnhem Land
  • Part Two
  • A War of 'Words'
  • Part Three: The Cost of Being Different
  • Part Four: Warriors they were and Warriors they can be again
  • Pronunciation: A Guide for Yolngu Matha words
Keywords
Galinwin'ku
Madayin
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