Gagudju Man Kakadu National Park Northern Territory Australia None

  • Title: Gagudju Man: Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
  • Author: Bill Neidjie
  • ISBN: 9781876622381
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Paperback
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      Bill Neidjie Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Gagudju Man: Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia book, this is one of the most wanted Bill Neidjie author readers around the world.

    798 thoughts on “Gagudju Man: Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia”

    1. Bill Neidji's words of wisdom are pertinent and relevant in our time of global warming, mining and de-forestation. They are particularly relevant to the area of Kakadu and he and his ancestors looked after, and future generations will look after:'We walk on earth,We look after,like rainbow sitting on top.But something underneath,under the ground.We don't know.You don't know.What you want to do?If you touch,you might get cyclone, heavy rain or flood.Not just here,you might kill someone in another [...]


    2. Bill Neidje's presentation of the Aboriginal culture is a troubling reflection of how modern society has disregarded the thousands of years of knowledge, experiences and connection with our planet. His book is a warning to Western civilisation but depressingly is unlikely to be adhered to. Bill's philosophy and that of the Aboriginal people is one as humans I think we all get but it seems that the wheels are already in motion to prevent us from taking back control of our environment. A beautiful [...]


    3. A fascinating look at the connection between people and land. I think I'm getting to an understanding but I have one disadvantage: I'm an Anglo-Australian. I will never fully understand what this connection is about.



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