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Libraries Australia ID47157191. - YURI RYUNTYU: 'The general purpose of PROSE is to preserve language as it is spoken by the people. Language is the key to expressing civilization itself. The most complicated and mature language embodies the highest level of civilizations across time and history. It is how we view and remember events, a lingo to record the world around us. Here we stand for the history of Black Native Literature in Australia. This prose represents Australian citizens who still enjoy writing in the mother tongue of their Black Native Australians' heritage. Anyway, this Black people-speaking literature belongs to Australian Modern Culture and flourishes equally alongside its Anglo-Saxon counterpart. The previous background of writers is pleasantly mixed with the new style of life they experience in Australia. ... ' YURI RYUNTYU: 'What we are presenting here is a fruitful link between previous and present generations in Australia. The understanding between the eldest and youngest generations can guarantee that information is maintained and passed down. To create understanding you need to have an environment in which this can grow. This is what we are trying to create in our present book; an environment where knowledge can survive and thrive. ...'
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