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For more than 30 years, Bruce Pascoe has been quietly penning some of our most important literature and flown under the radar for most of that time. That changed with his sensational work Dark Emu, which exposed the hunter-gatherer myth and celebrated the engineering and innovation of the Aboriginal people. Despite being on shelves for more than five years, Dark Emu remains in many bookstore top 10 lists. It is worthy attention for Pascoe, a Bunurong man who was first published in 1981.

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