Flight of the Kingfisher - A Journey among the Kukatja Aboriginals by Monica Furlong

A book I am currently rereading - I'd forgotton how good it is.  'Flight of the Kingfisher' by radical Christian feminist Monica Furlong.  It's an engrossing, honest book, like virtually everything else she wrote. Unlike a lot of books exploring the culture of Aboriginal peoples, her account feels utterly trustworthy.   

Just to add, the book is non-fiction, about the authors travels and time spent with Australian Aboriginals.   It's a great read and a sympathetic account of people as she found them; along with a candid sharing of her own reactions, being at times way out of her comfort zone.


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Thanks. Richard. 



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