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Issue Details: First known date: 1998... 1998 Captives and Inmates: Captivity Narratives, Torres Strait Islanders and the Aborigines Protection Acts
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    y separately published work icon Australian Studies vol. 13 no. 2 Winter 1998 Z656272 1998 periodical issue 1998 pg. 41-54
Alternative title: Captives and Inmates : Ion L. Idriess' Torres Strait Trilogy and the Aborigines' Protection Act
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    y separately published work icon Prosthetic Gods : Travel, Representation and Colonial Governance Robert Dixon , St Lucia : University of Queensland Press API Network , 2001 Z895436 2001 selected work criticism An interdisciplinary approach to white Australia's involvement with Melanesia in the first decades of the twentieth century examining, in relation to recent postcolonial theory, "a range of cultural representations, including ... travel writing and fiction". St Lucia : University of Queensland Press API Network , 2001 pg. 99-123
    Note: Author's note suggests this is a revised version of the earlier article
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