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Issue Details: First known date: 1996... 1996 Australian Autobiography and the Politics of Narrating Post - Colonial Space
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'The paper argues that the postcolonial settler/invader autobiography is a textual negotiation of-and-on an ambivalent site of utterance, with reference to A. B. Facey's A Fortunate Life and Merv Lilley's Gatton Man.' (Author's abstract)

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130-135 Australian Autobiography and the Politics of Narrating Post - Colonial Spacesmall AustLit logo
73-80 Australian Autobiography and the Politics of Narrating Post - Colonial Spacesmall AustLit logo Westerly
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