Snake Dancing - Autobiography of a Black Woman

By: Sykes, Roberta

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Allen & Unwin: Allen & Unwin, 1998. Winner, National Biography Award 1998Shortlisted, Nettie Palmer Prize for Non-fiction, Victorian Premier's Literary Awards 1998Winner, The Age Book of the Year and Non-Fiction Prize, The Age Book of the Year Awards 1997Winner, Fellowship of Australian Writers (FAW) Christina Stead Award 1997Winner, Kibble Literary Award for Women Writers, Nita B Kibble Awards 1998Shortlisted, Colin Roderick Award 1997'Once, in winter, after I had scrambled up the hill beside the cathedral, a snake and I were both enjoying basking in the warmth of the sun's mid-morning rays, when we spotted each other. It was a powerful moment. We fell into complete stillness, each looking at the other's eyes and watching to see whether the other meant any harm. At the end of our mutual appraisal, I knew the snake was not a danger to me and continued to lay on the rock without fear...Although other smaller snakes, to Mum's mortification, sometimes slipped in and out of the retaining walls beside our house, this cathedral snake became my first real encounter.'Snake Cradle is the first volume of Roberta Sykes's three volume autobiography, SNAKE DREAMING. Snake Cradle chronicles the early years of one of Australia's best known activists for Aboriginal rights, from the time of her birth in Townsville in the 1940s through to the birth of her son, when she is 17, and the trial of the men who raped her.Roberta's voice is strong and true as she describes far North Queensland at the time, her battles with a series of childhood illnesses, and her growing<p>. Paperback. New.

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