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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Spaces of Literary Wor(l)ds and Reality : Interpretation and Reception of Aboriginal Literature
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This work 'explores ways in which Aboriginal literature projects itself to outside-culture readers and ways by which they communicate with it. Understanding and imagining this literature’s projections of the world is dependent on: authorial poetics, interpretational approaches, reception, and thus readers’ expectations and images of the world and reality. Focusing on designated characteristics of Aboriginal literature, such as realism, aesthetics, epiphany, folklore, distinctiveness, universality, time and history, within them Dreamtime and Dreaming, the study discusses this literature’s literary and critical discourses. In this way, the dissertation is also a monograph of selected works.' (Publication summary)

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