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Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Kim Scott's Aborigine novels are about recovery – in the sense of healing and of regaining what ...

Kim Scott's Aborigine novels are about recovery – in the sense of healing and of regaining what ...
- It's a novel of heart-aching sadness, wry humour and incalculable beauty that revolves around a group of Wirlomin Noongar people who accept an invitation to visit a 19th-century Aboriginal massacre site on a property in Western Australia owned by elderly white farmer Dan Horton. A site where Horton's ...