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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Shedding Clothes : Performing Cross-cultural Exchange through Costume and Writing in Kim Scott’s That Deadman Dance
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'Nolan examines how Scott's 'novel depicts the ways in which different systems of literacy and adornment become entangled in cross-cultural encounters'. (Editorial, 7)

Notes

  • Epigraph:

    you can dive deep into a book and not know just how deep until you

    return gasping to the surface, and are surprised at yourself,

    your new and so very sensitive skin. As if you're someone else

    altogether, some new self trying on the words.

    (Kim Scott, That Deadman Dance, 86)

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