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Friday essay: my belly is angry, my throat is in love — how body parts express emotions in Indigenous languages

By Maïa Ponsonnet, Senior lecturer, The University of Western Australia
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Australian Indigenous languages use a fascinating array of expressions drawing on body parts to describe emotions. Here is a guide to some of the most intriguing ones.

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