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The Resource Gumbaynggirr Yuludarla Jandaygam : Gumbaynggirr dreaming story collection, edited by Steve Morelli, Gary Williams, Dallas Walker ; illustrated by Shaa Smith

Gumbaynggirr Yuludarla Jandaygam : Gumbaynggirr dreaming story collection, edited by Steve Morelli, Gary Williams, Dallas Walker ; illustrated by Shaa Smith

Label
Gumbaynggirr Yuludarla Jandaygam : Gumbaynggirr dreaming story collection
Title
Gumbaynggirr Yuludarla Jandaygam
Title remainder
Gumbaynggirr dreaming story collection
Statement of responsibility
edited by Steve Morelli, Gary Williams, Dallas Walker ; illustrated by Shaa Smith
Title variation
Gumbaynggirr dreaming story collection
Contributor
Editor
Illustrator
Issuing body
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NSL
Dewey number
499.15
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
dramas
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1953-
  • 1943-
  • 1898-1980
  • 1906-1993
  • 1953-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Eades, Diana
  • Morelli, Steve
  • Williams, Gary
  • Walker, Dallas
  • Smith, Shaa
  • Shannon, Phillip
  • Buchanan, Harry
  • Laves, Gerhardt
  • Smythe, W. E
  • Eades, Diana
  • Muurrbay Aboriginal Language and Culture Co-operative
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Kumbainggar language
  • Kumbainggar (Australian people)
  • Dreamtime (Aboriginal Australian mythology)
  • Mythology, Aboriginal Australian
  • Kumbainggar language
Label
Gumbaynggirr Yuludarla Jandaygam : Gumbaynggirr dreaming story collection, edited by Steve Morelli, Gary Williams, Dallas Walker ; illustrated by Shaa Smith
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • “Gumbaynggirr Dreaming Story Collection: The handwritten stories of Phillip Shannon and the audio recordings of Harry Buchanan, with contributions from other Gumbaynggirr Storytellers from the written accounts of Gerhardt Laves and W. E. Smythe and the field tapes of Diana Eades and others. It includes several stories and fragments of stories told in English from other Gumbaynggirr people.”--Acknowledgements
  • Illustrated end papers
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 309-312)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
The stories and their sources -- Abbreviations: people's names and dialects -- Grammatical terms and symbols used -- Introduction to the Dreaming stories : locations of the three Gumbaynggirr dialects; Three Gumbaynggirr dialects; Baanbay; The three Gumbaynggirr dialects compared; Differences in the ways each dialect makes sentences; Comparing Gumbaynggirr dialects: a summary -- Themes of the stories : some aspects of Dreaming stories; Important themes in the Gumbaynggirr Dreaming stories; The hero-ancestors and Miirlari (special places); Avoidance, politeness and joking relationships in stories; Aboriginal ways of talking to different relatives -- Respect and politeness in Gumbaynggirr : using grammar to show respect; Respect plural on pronouns; Avoidance words for relatives; Showing politeness through "sideways talk"; Joking relationships -- Story-plays: direct and indirect speech; Story-telling markers; Glossing -- The Southern stories : How the rivers and languages were made; The Tree of Life - Muurrbay Bundani; Yuludarla, Gawnggan, Birrugan; Birrugan and the Elder; The revenge of Yuludarla's (Mindi's) people; The child Birrugan, his Father and the movement of the sun; The Cannibal Woman - Wijiirrjagi; How the sea was made - Southern version -- The Nymboidan stories : The Old Man - Madaan; Bandicoot and the Eagles - Duura, Garriri; The wild women - Buwarrinyin dawaarrabany; How the sea was made - Nymboidan version -- The Blind Boy - Jandungal; The Two Goannas - Wirriga -- Bearded Dragon - Gurl Gurl -- Moon Man - Giidanyba -- Greyface and Koala - Dulaybam, Dunggiirr; Porcupine - Mujaay - The Witch - Dirraanggan -- The Northern Lowland stories : Birrugan and the Elder (second version); Birrugan and Gawnggan; The echo; Finding honey and the bull-roarer; Finding a lost bull-roarer -- Gumbaynggirr stories told only in English -- References and bibliography : sound recordings; Written documentation
Control code
000059514387
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
viii, 312 pages
Isbn
9780980840513
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
colour illustrations, colour maps
Specific material designation
regular print
Stock number
R02217 Copy 2
System control number
(OCoLC)951742968
Label
Gumbaynggirr Yuludarla Jandaygam : Gumbaynggirr dreaming story collection, edited by Steve Morelli, Gary Williams, Dallas Walker ; illustrated by Shaa Smith
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • “Gumbaynggirr Dreaming Story Collection: The handwritten stories of Phillip Shannon and the audio recordings of Harry Buchanan, with contributions from other Gumbaynggirr Storytellers from the written accounts of Gerhardt Laves and W. E. Smythe and the field tapes of Diana Eades and others. It includes several stories and fragments of stories told in English from other Gumbaynggirr people.”--Acknowledgements
  • Illustrated end papers
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 309-312)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
The stories and their sources -- Abbreviations: people's names and dialects -- Grammatical terms and symbols used -- Introduction to the Dreaming stories : locations of the three Gumbaynggirr dialects; Three Gumbaynggirr dialects; Baanbay; The three Gumbaynggirr dialects compared; Differences in the ways each dialect makes sentences; Comparing Gumbaynggirr dialects: a summary -- Themes of the stories : some aspects of Dreaming stories; Important themes in the Gumbaynggirr Dreaming stories; The hero-ancestors and Miirlari (special places); Avoidance, politeness and joking relationships in stories; Aboriginal ways of talking to different relatives -- Respect and politeness in Gumbaynggirr : using grammar to show respect; Respect plural on pronouns; Avoidance words for relatives; Showing politeness through "sideways talk"; Joking relationships -- Story-plays: direct and indirect speech; Story-telling markers; Glossing -- The Southern stories : How the rivers and languages were made; The Tree of Life - Muurrbay Bundani; Yuludarla, Gawnggan, Birrugan; Birrugan and the Elder; The revenge of Yuludarla's (Mindi's) people; The child Birrugan, his Father and the movement of the sun; The Cannibal Woman - Wijiirrjagi; How the sea was made - Southern version -- The Nymboidan stories : The Old Man - Madaan; Bandicoot and the Eagles - Duura, Garriri; The wild women - Buwarrinyin dawaarrabany; How the sea was made - Nymboidan version -- The Blind Boy - Jandungal; The Two Goannas - Wirriga -- Bearded Dragon - Gurl Gurl -- Moon Man - Giidanyba -- Greyface and Koala - Dulaybam, Dunggiirr; Porcupine - Mujaay - The Witch - Dirraanggan -- The Northern Lowland stories : Birrugan and the Elder (second version); Birrugan and Gawnggan; The echo; Finding honey and the bull-roarer; Finding a lost bull-roarer -- Gumbaynggirr stories told only in English -- References and bibliography : sound recordings; Written documentation
Control code
000059514387
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
viii, 312 pages
Isbn
9780980840513
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
colour illustrations, colour maps
Specific material designation
regular print
Stock number
R02217 Copy 2
System control number
(OCoLC)951742968

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