The track to Bralgu: stories

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Angus & Robertson, 1992 - Fiction - 120 pages
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The dominant theme in this collection of short stories about Aboriginal life, first published in 1978, is the effect of white settlement in Australia and its destruction of Aboriginal culture and land. Includes a foreword by Alan Paton and a glossary. TB Wongar' is the pseudonym of Streten Bozic, a Yogoslav who came to Australia in the early 1960s and married into an Aboriginal tribe a few years later.

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User Review  - Zoe Brooks - Goodreads

This review first appeared in the magic realism blog - http://magic-realism-books.blogspot.com This short collection of stories packs one hell of a punch. Beautiful, angry, haunting, bitter, they show ... Read full review

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For a random book off the shelf, really enjoyable. Made me think differently about lots of environmental, cultural type things. Read full review

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About the author (1992)

Born Streten Bozic in a small Serbian village, Wongar came to Australia after WWII as an immigrant and worked on the Snowy River Dam. He then went to the outback and lived with an Aboriginal tribe, married one of them, and began writing fiction.

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