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Into Another World: A glipse of the culture of the Aboriginal people of Central Australia
By: Amee Glass
What is the polite way to approach a Ngaanyatjarra camp? How many seasons are there in the Gnaanyatjarra year? if a Panaka man marries a Tjarurru woman, will their children be Karimarra or Yiparrka? Thesee questions and a host of others are answered in Amee Glass's Into Another World: A glipse of the culture of the Aboriginal people of Central Australia.
Into Another World takes you step by step through some importanmt aspects of Ngaanyatjarra culture - language and kinship, good and bad manners, attitudes to birth, childhood, adulthood and death, and the changing world of the Ngaanyatjarra.
Other Authors: Illustrated by a Ngaanyatjarra man
Published: Institute of Aboriginal Development and United Aborigines Mission, 1978