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Issue Details: First known date: 1989... 1989 Regions and Regionalism
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    y separately published work icon The New Diversity : Australian Fiction : 1970-88 Ken Gelder , Paul Salzman , Melbourne : McPhee Gribble , 1989 Z383183 1989 selected work criticism Ken Gelder and Paul Salzman position Aboriginal writings as emerging alongside the growing body of multicultural writers in Australia through the seventies and eighties. Their work pre-empts Marian Boreland's discussion of the competing voices and the relegation of Aboriginal and multicultural writers to victim spaces, essentially the confinement of Aboriginal writing to the 'other'. Their analysis brings to the forefront the continuing debate over traditionalism/pluralism versus 'mixed heritage urban Aboriginal people' who appear to do nothing different, or nothing that non-Aboriginal readers relate to as repressing Aboriginal culture. Melbourne : McPhee Gribble , 1989 pg. 82-112
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