'They Will Have to Come Sooner or Later if You Stick At 'Em : Horse Breaking As Metaphor in Australian Cultural Discourse Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005
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Contends that 'horse breaking' has been used in Australian literature as a euphamism and 'justification' for Aboriginal-white conflict and dispossession of Aboriginal land.

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    y Westerly vol. 50 November 2005 Z1224556 2005 periodical issue 2005 pg. 226-234
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226-234 'They Will Have to Come Sooner or Later if You Stick At 'Em : Horse Breaking As Metaphor in Australian Cultural DiscourseAustLit Westerly
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