My Place

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Arts Centre Press, 1987 - Aboriginal Australians - 358 pages
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Autobiography; author brought up in Perth in ignorance of her Aboriginal background; process of discovering her Aboriginality; includes autobiographical narratives of maternal grandmother and grandmother's brother; they were Baljgu born on Corunna Downs Station.

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This moving memoir depicts Sally Morgan's search for belonging, identity and the importance of knowing and owning one's roots. Written in the 1980's, My Place is unique in that it is perhaps the first ... Read full review

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Sally Morgan's My Place is a marvelous deeply moving account of a search for truth, into which a whole family is gradually drawn. Sally was born in 1950s and her mother, Gladdie, and grandmother ... Read full review

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The Hospital
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The Factory
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Im In The Army Now
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