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Ku bali-nu ngunnedhangime i Mi Katan-nu ngunnedhangime

Chula, Majella Pinpirrith and Cumaiyi, Josepha Manadhun (1978). Ku bali-nu ngunnedhangime i Mi Katan-nu ngunnedhangime. Darwin, N.T.: Summer Institute of Linguistics.

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Title Ku bali-nu ngunnedhangime i Mi Katan-nu ngunnedhangime
Title (translated) We went for crabs and we went for berries
Author(s) Chula, Majella Pinpirrith
Cumaiyi, Josepha Manadhun
Illustrator(s) Chula, Majella Pinpirrith
Cumaiyi, Josepha Manadhun
Translator(s) Street, Chester
Street, Lyn
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Language Murrinh-Patha
Place of Publication Darwin, N.T.
Publisher Summer Institute of Linguistics
Date Published 1978
Community source Wadeye (Port Keats)
Scan source CDU Library
Provenance Hard copy from Wadeye LPC
LA Number 46137333
Description (note) Ku bali-nu ngunnedhangime i Mi katan-nu ngunnedhangime, (We went for crabs and We went for berries), are stories written in the Murrinh-patha (Murinbata) language. The stories were written and illustrated by Majella Pinpirrith Chula and Josepha Manadhun Cumaiyi at a Writers' Workshop, January 1978, Port Keats, Northern Territory, under the direction of the Summer Institute of Linguistics. This book has been written for reading enjoyment for the people of Port Keats.
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