Issue Details: First known date: 2006 2006
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The article 'examines Kim Scott's novel Benang as a counter-history and an ethics of speech, which participates in a regeneration of Nyoongar cultural knowledge. ... Scott has composed Benang both to question the adequacy of the novel, and the English language, to represent Indigeneity, and to propose a style of writing that generates new speaking positions for Indigenous people' (51).

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