Black Swan: A Koorie Woman's Life

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CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSvii
PROLOGUETHE WHITE DRESSix
PART I INNOCENCE
Routines3
Freetou15
Black Swan23
Bung Yanda31
PART II CHANGE COMING
Whitefella Lessons39
Miss Binny51
Leaving Lahe Tyers69
Ararat77

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Prologue - The White Dress ix
  • Part I - Innocence 1
  • 1 - Routines 3
  • 2 - Freetou 15
  • 3 - Black Swan 23
  • 4 - Bung Yanda 31
  • Part II - Change Coming 37
  • 5 - Whitefella Lessons 39
  • 6 - Miss Binny 51
  • 7 - Polities 59
  • 8 - Layers of Events 69
  • 9 - Ararat 77
  • Part III - Experience 89
  • 10 - Layers of Events 91
  • 11 - Work 97
  • 12 - Nothin’ but a Black Gin 107
  • 13 - Escape 121
  • 14 - Runaway 131
  • Part IV - Gathering the Pieces 143
  • 15 - That Piece of Paper 145
  • 16 - They’ve Taken My Babies! 155
  • 17 - Cedric and Maria 169
  • 18 - What’s the Use 179
  • Part V - Awakening 189
  • 19 - Out of the Shadoes 191
  • 20 - Jenny 201
  • 21 - Kooie Culture Day 213
  • Epilogue - Forty Thousand- Year-Old Soul 225
  • Notes 237
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