A CHILDHOOD ON WONGA, the Ancient Aboriginal Dreaming Place along the Yarra [River],

By: Chris Adnam

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A CHILDHOOD ON WONGA, the Ancient Aboriginal Dreaming Place along the Yarra [River], by Chris Adnam
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Commodore Press, Australia, n.d. (1992?). Large format softcover, 9¾" x 7. SIGNED BOOK in VERY GOOD condition. Inscription SIGNED BY AUTHOR, and dated '6/10/92', on title page. Thick card covers, maps, 39 b&w photographs, and many drawings. This book is a compilation of verse born on the banks of the Yarra River in an area known as the "Wonga". Aboriginals have hunted and performed ceremonies in this area for the past 30,000 years. Some areas are still undisturbed, and Chris finds his spirit rekindled there. Born in 1960, Chris is a rascal at heart, grateful to the Wurundjeri people, and here shares pieces of his truly 'Australian Childhood".

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