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Us balanda can learn much from the Yolngu

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To us balanda \u2014 Yolngu for white man \u2014 what is being achieved through the Gumatj Corporation would be the envy of most commercial enterprises in its own right. 4,630 more words

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Review: The Children of Men by PD James

  • Book: The Children of Men 
  • Author: PD James
  • Pages: 241

I picked up The Children of Men by PD James because the film was so impactful… 462 more words

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IMWAYR: The Children of Men

The Children of Men by PD James is quite the interesting premise to say the least. I have been reading it for about a week now and am having an great experience with it. 392 more words

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POSTHUMOUS P.D. JAMES: THE MISTLETOE MURDER AND OTHER STORIES

The late great writer, P.D. James, is no longer with us, which is a shame for anyone who’s read and enjoyed her mystery series featuring Adam Dalgliesh or Cordelia Grey, or her stand-alone books which ranged from speculative fiction (The Children of Men, made into a movie) to historical fiction (Death Comes to Pemberley, a mystery sequel of sorts to Pride and Prejudice, made into a British television series).   415 more words