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Dark Dreams: Australian Refugee Stories by young writers aged 11-20 years
Edited by Sonja Dechian, Heather Millar and Eva Sallis
This collection of 37 stories is an extraordinary witness account, written by young people. From Eva Sallis' website: Dark Dreams: Australian Refugee Stories is an anthology of essays, interviews, comments and short stories written by children and young adults aged 11-20 years. These young writers explore or imaginatively recreate the story of someone who came to Australia as a refugee. Most of these essays, interviews and stories were written on the basis of a live interview. These are the stories of extraordinary Australians the young authors found in their family, neighbourhood, and local communities; and in themselves.
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About the publication Sonja Dechian, Heather Millar, Eva Sallis (eds), Dark Dreams: Australian Refugee Stories (2004): This book is now out of stock, and we no longer supply it to our members or to the wider public. We suggest you could search for online second-hand bookshops to secure your copy.