Rabbit-proof Fence Quotes

Doris Pilkington Garimara
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"Little did he know that soon devastation and desolation would shatter this tranquil environment; that this pristine forest would echo the anguished cries and the ceaseless weeping of thousand of people - his people - as they were tormented by foreigners and driven off their land."
Chap. 1, p. 2

"They readily agreed and took the six men to the island and left them there, stranded without food or water. Meanwhile, they returned to the mainland and made a thorough search of the area beyond the sand dunes until they found the Aboriginal people's camp and kidnapped six women who were taken back to the whaling ships where they were brutalized and later murdered."
Chap. 1, p. 5

"The best land was taken up by the more wealthy, influential people who had the responsibility of maintaining their customs. They were advised to 'keep up their Englishness' at all costs. This meant having...

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