Through Silent Country
A Western Australian writer with a background in both literature and architecture, Dowley tells the story of 18 Wongutha people who in the 1920s were exiled by a whim of government from their country practically on the edge of the Great Victoria Desert and sent a thousand kilometers away near Perth. There they were imprisoned but escaped and decided to walk home. After her chronicle of events, she lets people tell their own tale, from written and spoken accounts.
Publisher: Fremantle Arts Centre Press
Date Published: 2000 (1st Ed.)
Book Condition: Very good soft cover with minor cover markings and edge wear and minor spotting to text block edges. Otherwise a clean, tight and unmarked copy internally.
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