Book Description

'Kevin Gilbert was widely respected as Aboriginal Australia's most prominent poet and most powerful spokesman'. Index of first lines. Photographer's inscription on preliminary blank page, and a second signed message from Michael Anderson, one of the four, with Gilbert, who set up the 'Aboriginal Tent Embassy' outside Parliament House in Canberra in 1972. The photographer, Eleanor Williams, is Gilbert's widow.
Dealer Notes
Author Gilbert, Kevin
Date 1994
Binding Soft covers.
Publisher Hyland House, Melbourne.
Illustrator Eleanor Williams.
Condition A very good clean copy.
Pages 96pp. 21cm.

Price: £30.00

Offered by Peter Moore

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