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Literature allows us to experience things we could not have imagined without it.
How do authors allow us to understand different worlds to our own?
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Kirsty Murray discusses the history and ideas behind her quartet of Australian historical fiction "Children of the Wind". (Murray, 2010)
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Bibliography / Reference list:Murray, K., (2010). Children of the Wind [eVideo]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/iBwneWWwSi8