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Gularabulu, stories from the West Kimberley

by Paddy Roe

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Published by Fremantle Arts Centre Press in Fremantle, W.A .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Western Australia,
  • Western Australia.
    • Subjects:
    • Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Western Australia -- Folklore.,
    • Tales -- Australia -- Western Australia.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPaddy Roe ; edited by Stephen Muecke.
      GenreFolklore.
      ContributionsMuecke, Stephen, 1951-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGR365 .R64 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 98 p. :
      Number of Pages98
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3252306M
      ISBN 100909144656
      LC Control Number83169966

      Beyond orality and literacy: Textuality, modernity and representation in gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley Article in Journal of Australian Studies 28(81) January with 22 Reads.   Per Henningsgaard, of the English faculty, published a review of Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley by Paddy Roe in Transnational Literature

        Per Henningsgaard, of the English faculty, published a review of Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley by Paddy Roe in Transnational Literature Creative Writing News. Per Henningsgaard, of the English faculty, published a review of Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley by Paddy Roe in Transnational Literature Creative Writing Browse by category.

      Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley Paddy Roe, Stephen Muecke A groundbreaking presentation, in a revised edition, of Indigenous Australian storytelling as it actually sounds; these stories provide a fascinating picture of the life of the people of the west Kimberley after colonisation. New 8th Edition - Previously titled The Kimberley - An Adventurers Guide Ron and Viv Moon’s definitive guide to the Kimberley is pages of vital information, which has been gleaned from over 35 years of travelling throughout the Kimberley. This guidebook is considered to be the ‘bible’ for those travelling the Kimberley and continues to be written with the aim of helping other.


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: Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley (): Roe, Paddy, Muecke, Stephen: BooksCited by: 6. Gularabulu is both noteworthy for the techniques Muecke uses and as an engrossing insight into the stories of the West Kimberley.

This book would be useful to anyone who wishes to learn more about Aboriginal storytelling methods, or those simply wishing to immerse themselves with the world and stories of Paddy Roe. Get this from a library.

Gularabulu: stories from the West Kimberley. [Paddy Roe; Stephen Muecke] -- A groundbreaking presentation, in a revised edition, of Indigenous Australian storytelling as it actually sounds; these stories provide a fascinating picture of the life of the people of the west.

On publication in Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley was nothing less than ground-breaking. According to cultural theorist Bob Hodge, it. Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley Paddy Roe, Stephen Muecke A groundbreaking presentation, in a revised edition, of Indigenous Australian storytelling as it actually sounds; these stories stories from the West Kimberley book a fascinating picture of the life of the people of the west Kimberley Brand: UWA Publishing.

Gularabulu: stories from the West Kimberley / Paddy Roe ; edited by Stephen Muecke Fremantle Arts Centre Press Fremantle, W.A Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley — — Paddy Roe Stephen Muecke Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley Paddy Roe, Stephen Muecke.

$ Paperback 4 BOOKS Phone: +61 2 Enquiries: [email protected] Love-letters & gripes: [email protected] Gularabulu, 'the coast where the sun goes down' is an area of country on the coast of the West Kimberley in the north-west of Western Australia.

These stories belong not just to Paddy Roe but to all the people from the traditional tribal groupings of the Garadjeri, Nyigina, Yaour, Nyul. Home; All editions; This edition;, English, Book, Illustrated edition: Gularabulu: stories from the West Kimberley / Paddy Roe ; edited by Stephen Muecke.

Fishpond Australia, Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley by Paddy Roe Stephen Muecke (Edited)Buy. Books online: Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley,  This is an edited extract from Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley by Paddy Roe, edited by Stephen Muecke, published November by UWA Publishing.

Paddy Roe is celebrated as a storyteller in the great tradition of literature on the Australian continent, where each of the two hundred or so language families has its traditions of oral literature that go back many millennia.

Paddy Roe OAM ( (estimate) – ), also known as Lulu was an Aboriginal Elder of the Goolarabooloo tribe (also spelt Gularabulu) of the Nyigina (also spelt Nyikina, and listed as Njikena by Tindale) ethnic group in was an author who won the Western Australian Week Literary Award inand was short-listed for the National Book Council Award inand the New South.

Genre/Form: Folklore: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roe, Paddy. Gularabulu, stories from the West Kimberley.

Fremantle, W.A.: Fremantle Arts Centre. The title of this book, the first one I did with Paddy Roe, was chosen by the author.1 It refers to an area of country along the coast of the West Kimberley of Western Australia. This coastline is characterised by sandy beaches, mangrove swamps, plentiful seafood and dramatic tides and currents.

Gularabulu, ‘the coast where the sun goes. Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley. Get this from a library. Gularabulu: stories from the West Kimberley.

[Paddy Roe] -- Garadjeri, Nyigina, Yaour, Nyul-Nyul and DjaberDjaber myths. Gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley Stephen Muecke (ed) Introduction UWAP, Perth WA ISBN Pb pp AUD Gularabulu is a collection of nine stories told by Nyigina Elder, Paddy Roe, from Broome and transcribed, as spoken to settler academic, Professor Stephen Muecke, in the late s.

Its publication in was. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: Fremantle, W.A.: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Description. Gularabulu is a truly remarkable and engaging work. Gularabulu is both noteworthy for the techniques Muecke uses and as an engrossing insight into the stories of the West Kimberley.

This book would be useful to anyone who wishes to learn more about Aboriginal storytelling methods, or those simply wishing to immerse themselves with the world and. Summary. A groundbreaking presentation, in a revised edition, of Aboriginal Australian storytelling as it actually sounds; these stories provide a fascinating picture of the life of the people of the west Kimberley after colonisation.

A collection of nine stories narrated by Paddy Roe – an Aboriginal Elder of Gularabulu (now written as Goolarabooloo) – and transcribed by Professor Stephen Muecke, the book is a remarkable negotiation of Aboriginal and Settler cultures in the complex, enormous region known as the West Kimberley.

Stuart Cooke Lecturer, School of Humanities.Paddy Roe (with Stephen Muecke), Gularabulu. Crawley, WA: University of Western Australian Publishing, ISBN: Phillip Hall This book makes a remarkable contribution to the growing tradition of publishing First Nations storytelling from the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Paddy Roe, along with Stephen Muecke and Krim Benterrak, first gave us Reading.Gularabulu book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Aboriginal narratives from Western Australia.

A compendium of aboriginal stories from western Kimberley, transcribed as they’re told rather than summed up or otherwise made intelligible by a western mediator.

They are punctuated by breath and laughter and the /5(3).