Dingo The Story Of Our Mob

Emerging from her middle class existence in a sleepy Tasmanian town a young white woman marries a charismatic actor and the turbulent Ding tribe Lovingly embraced by her new Aboriginal family, they begin to yarn and she begins to write their stories down
Dingo The Story Of Our Mob Emerging from her middle class existence in a sleepy Tasmanian town a young white woman marries a charismatic actor and the turbulent Ding tribe Lovingly embraced by her new Aboriginal family they be

  • Title: Dingo The Story Of Our Mob
  • Author: Sally Dingo
  • ISBN: 9781740511025
  • Page: 127
  • Format: None
  • 1 thought on “Dingo The Story Of Our Mob”

    1. Learnt alot from reading this book. Rare insight into Aboriginal culture. Story spans 3 generations of an Aboriginal family's life and struggles to live in a culture that is not their own. They even had to apply for citizenship to live in their own country

    2. I was house-sitting when I found this book and started reading. I was reading a small paperback version with tiny print. I found the reading (not the story) hard going. When my friend returned I explained the difficulty and she went to another bookshelf and presented me with another larger paperback version. Hooray!! I was soon totally engulfed in the writing of Sally Dingo. Squirming with discomfort at the treatment of the Yamatji people, appalled at the arrogance and ignorance of the whitefell [...]

    3. Thank you to Ernie and his family for allowing Sally into your lives and enabling her to share your story. Sally you engaged me from the beginning and provided an insight into cultural diversity and tragedy.

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