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Good people always crackney in heaven - mythic conversations in lutruwita / Tasmania

Good people always crackney in heaven - mythic conversations in lutruwita / Tasmania
A book about the spiritual and mythic world of Tasmania's aboriginal people and the impact of colonial disruption in lutruwita / Tasmania.

The author focuses on the interplay between indigenous languages, the colonists' English and the different mythologies in dialogue between them.

'Crackney' means to 'sit down'- we die we go to heaven, good people always crackney in heaven.'

Published: 2019
Format: softcover
Pages: 274
Indexed




SKU SKU18862
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Weight 0.65 kg
Author Grant Finlay
ISBN 9780648417934
 
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