Issue Details: First known date: 2001 2001
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In examining two of the most significant plays in white Australian and indigenous Australian theatre history, the author argues that 'The Doll's allegorising of the nation relies upon racialised amnesia nd nostalgia that revolves around the ideal of whiteness and the possession of an imaginary homeland', whereas in Davis's play 'sugar focuses a post-colonial strategy of translation' (58).

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