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  • Beautiful reading of an important novel

    A beautifully read novel exploring the history of largest aboriginal group in NSW and rediscovering and honoring the lost language of the Wiradjuri. It's confronting and honest but important that we remember our roots. I loved the references to the land and nature which can be so easily forgotten in our daily life. A very special recording, I really recommend listening.

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  • Eye opening.

    Whether you read it, listen to it, however you take stories in. Listen to this one. The story itself may be fictional, but make no mistake. The details happened. “Australia is the only Commonwealth country to not have a treaty with its indigenous populations.”

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  • Beautiful and thoughtful

    Not much to add. This discusses really important issues of civil rights and colonialism in Australia, and the generational legacy and impact on the Indigenous people of Australia. Beautifully, soulfully written.

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  • a celebration of culture

    Tara June Winch is an Indigenous Australian residing in France. The Yield is her long awaited second novel and was the Winner of the 2020 Miles Franklin Literary Award. Told from three different perspectives: the grandfather writing a dictionary to save his language; the return of his granddaughter from exile overseas; and historical letters from a Lutheran pastor. A powerful narrative of cultural dispossession and reclamation of Indigenous language, storytelling, and identity. This literary fiction is poetic and a celebration of culture that all aussies must read, with a four-star plus rating.

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  • Intriguing, painful and joyous

    A glimpse of the impacts colonisation bought to generations of Aborigial people in Australia. Beautifully told.

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