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Alternative title: Twenty Six Views of the Starburst World
Issue Details: First known date: 2012... 2012 26 Views of the Starburst World : William Dawes at Sydney Cove 1788-91
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Text Unit Name Institution Year
y separately published work icon 26 Views of the Starburst World : William Dawes at Sydney Cove 1788-91 Twenty Six Views of the Starburst World Ross Gibson , Crawley : UWA Publishing , 2012 Z1901719 2012 single work biography (taught in 4 units)

'When Lieutenant William Dawes came to Botany Bay with the First Fleet Marines in January 1788 he delved into the world of a small group of Indigenous people from around Sydney Harbour. Dawes called his collaborators 'the Eora'. They told him it was their word for 'people', and it might have been the first thing they watched him write down.

'Chasing the fascinations that thrilled the Lieutenant during his disorienting time in Eora country, 26 Views of the Starburst World captures the wonder that shone for Dawes and rearranged him at Sydney Cove, amplified and illuminated, engulfed by language, stars and landscape.' (Publisher's website)

Histories, Fictions Deakin University 2015 (Semester 2)
y separately published work icon 26 Views of the Starburst World : William Dawes at Sydney Cove 1788-91 Twenty Six Views of the Starburst World Ross Gibson , Crawley : UWA Publishing , 2012 Z1901719 2012 single work biography (taught in 4 units)

'When Lieutenant William Dawes came to Botany Bay with the First Fleet Marines in January 1788 he delved into the world of a small group of Indigenous people from around Sydney Harbour. Dawes called his collaborators 'the Eora'. They told him it was their word for 'people', and it might have been the first thing they watched him write down.

'Chasing the fascinations that thrilled the Lieutenant during his disorienting time in Eora country, 26 Views of the Starburst World captures the wonder that shone for Dawes and rearranged him at Sydney Cove, amplified and illuminated, engulfed by language, stars and landscape.' (Publisher's website)

Major Movements In Contemporary Prose University of Sydney 2014 (Semester 1)
y separately published work icon 26 Views of the Starburst World : William Dawes at Sydney Cove 1788-91 Twenty Six Views of the Starburst World Ross Gibson , Crawley : UWA Publishing , 2012 Z1901719 2012 single work biography (taught in 4 units)

'When Lieutenant William Dawes came to Botany Bay with the First Fleet Marines in January 1788 he delved into the world of a small group of Indigenous people from around Sydney Harbour. Dawes called his collaborators 'the Eora'. They told him it was their word for 'people', and it might have been the first thing they watched him write down.

'Chasing the fascinations that thrilled the Lieutenant during his disorienting time in Eora country, 26 Views of the Starburst World captures the wonder that shone for Dawes and rearranged him at Sydney Cove, amplified and illuminated, engulfed by language, stars and landscape.' (Publisher's website)

Major Movements in Contemporary Prose University of Sydney 2014 (Semester 1)
y separately published work icon 26 Views of the Starburst World : William Dawes at Sydney Cove 1788-91 Twenty Six Views of the Starburst World Ross Gibson , Crawley : UWA Publishing , 2012 Z1901719 2012 single work biography (taught in 4 units)

'When Lieutenant William Dawes came to Botany Bay with the First Fleet Marines in January 1788 he delved into the world of a small group of Indigenous people from around Sydney Harbour. Dawes called his collaborators 'the Eora'. They told him it was their word for 'people', and it might have been the first thing they watched him write down.

'Chasing the fascinations that thrilled the Lieutenant during his disorienting time in Eora country, 26 Views of the Starburst World captures the wonder that shone for Dawes and rearranged him at Sydney Cove, amplified and illuminated, engulfed by language, stars and landscape.' (Publisher's website)

Australia and Home University of Western Australia 2015 (Semester 1)
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