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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 [Review Essay] Writing Heritage : The Depiction of Indigenous Heritage in European-Australian Writings
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'This is a book with a foreword (Michael Dodson), a prologue (Craddock Morton) and an introduction (Michael Davis), which are united in the belief that it presents the ‘views of non-Indigenous people who wrote about Indigenous heritage in their own words’ (pp.viii, ix, xiv, xx). To be precise, the volume is actually about Aboriginal heritage; the Torres Strait Islands are not included. Davis writes that his aim ‘in this book is not to discuss Indigenous cultural heritage as such, nor to describe a history of heritage production; rather, it is to describe textual representations of this heritage’ (p.xv)' (Introduction)

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