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Australia-related books published in Japan

Y2021; Y2020; Y2019; Y2018; Y2017;

Y2020

"Cafe Scheherazade"

August 2020-

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Y2019

"Wolf on the Fold"

September 2019-

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 "Hattie Helps Out"

July 2019-

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"Reflections: Australian Artists Living in Tokyo"

May 2019 -

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Y2018

"CALEB'S CROSSING" by Australian-born author Geraldine Brooks

December 2018-

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"Other Minds - The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness"

November 2018-

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"This House of Grief - The Story of A Murder Trial"

November 2018-

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"Hope, Refugees and their Supporters in Australia since 1947 -"

September 2018-

Hope Refugees and their Supporters in Australia since 1947 Anne-Mari Jordens Megumi Kato

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"Treasure hunting with Grandpa - The Boys from Durimbil -"

January 2018-

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Y2017

Community as Method: Policies for Indigenous Peoples, Asylum Seekers and Immigrants under the Australian Government

October 2017-

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"The Lake House" by Kate Morton published in Japanese

31 August 2017

  

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Publication in Japanese : "Australian Indigenous People and Performance"

July 2017

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“Party Politics in Australia”

30 June 2017 

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"The Forgotten Garden" by Kate Morton published in Japanese

26 May 2017

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Masterpieces of Contemporary Australian Literature Series 5th book “That Deadman Dance” by Kim Scott

May 2017-

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