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In his essay, Scott writes: 'The Australian continent was originally multicultural. Many peoples, many nations. Considering that helps you think differently about race and even about frontier conflict. If frontier conflict can also be seen as having something of the nature of international conflict, then it helps to understand ancestors, like my own, who not only were guides, but may have worked as trackers and troopers, and who at certain stages made alliances with the invader, siding with white people against black people' (20).

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    y New Literatures Review no. 44 October Ralph Crane (editor), Anna Johnston (editor), 2005 Z1453251 2005 periodical issue This issue contains three papers presented at Monash University's 'Globalisation and Postcolonial Identities' Symposium held in May 2004, in collaboration with the State Library of Victoria. It also includes articles on literary works outside the scope of AustLit. 2005 pg. 15-22
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