|Authors: ||Randall, Bob (Robert James), 1934-, Newbury, Paul, 1940-, Australian Broadcasting Corporation|
|Publisher:||Sydney : ABC Books for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation,|
- There are 98 copies of this book in other libraries
- and 98 copies of this specific edition.
- Story of an Aboriginal elder of Uluru
- Randall, Bob (Robert James), 1934-
- xi, 273 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
- xi, 273 p.,  p. of plates : ports. (some col.), 1 map ; 24 cm.
- "Woven through Bob Randall's story like the Rainbow Serpent is a clear account of the Aboriginal worldview and philosophy. With great simplicity, he explains the Aboriginal principles of belief including the network of responsibilities binding all things together and its connections with the Dreaming, place, family and relationships and the spirit or soul. He links Aboriginal and Christian beliefs, and draws parallels with other world religions such as Buddhism. Bob is one of the Stolen Generation and his song "My brown skin baby they take him away" has become a major rallying cry for the Stolen Generation." - back cover.
- The autobiography of Bob Randall - singer, songwriter, activist and member of the Stolen Generation. Randall explains the Aboriginal principles of belief, linking Aboriginal spirituality with other world religions such as Buddhism.
- Forward and notes by Paul Newbury.
- cancelled 13.5.08 OP.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Text Bob Randall 2003
- Foreword and notes Paul Newbury
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