February 6th, 2016
Episode 1379 of 1761 episodes
Eliza Fraser's captivity narrative among the Butchulla people has compelled writers such as Patrick White and Michael Ondaatje, the painter Sidney Nolan and the artist Fiona Foley. After her rescue, Fraser told a darkly embellished story that's almost mythological. But what does the story tell us about power, mythmaking and the construction of Aboriginality in colonial storytelling?
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