Ancestor Spirits: Aspects of Australian Aboriginal Life and Spirituality
Deaking University Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Aboriginal Australians - 92 pages
Two lengthy interviews with white Australians, Richard Kimber and Noel Wallace, who have lived with different Aboriginal groups. The interviewees record their interpretations and experience of the myths, rituals, law and spirituality of the Aboriginal people.
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