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  • Dec 06, 2011
  • 12:00 PM

Shared stories enhance heritage

William Yeoman / The West Australian
he project he refers to is an indigenous language recovery project led by Scott and the Wirlomin Nyoongar Language & Stories Project. As Scott writes in the two illustrated books produced by the project, Mamang and Nyoongar Mambara Bakitj (UWAP, $24.95 each): "Stories live longer and stronger by being shared. Our intention was, and is, to claim, control and enhance our heritage....

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