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From 'Hello Freedom' to 'Fuck You Australia' : Recent Chinese-Australian Writing Wenche Ommundsen , 2002 single work criticism
— Appears in: Departures : How Australia Reinvents Itself 2002; (p. 61-69; notes 286-287)
Explores 'moments of departure and arrival' as recreated in literary texts by writers who recently came to Australia from China. Gives a descriptive overview of a number of relevant texts.
Birds of Passage? The New Generation of Chinese-Australian Writers Wenche Ommundsen , 2000 single work criticism
— Appears in: Alter/Asians : Asian-Australian Identities in Art, Media and Popular Culture 2000; (p. 89-106; Notes: 283-284)
Examines the works of the post-"Tiananmen Square" generation of Chinese-Australian writers and some of their preoccupations and attitudes, and their impact on Australian literature and culture.
Birds of Passage? The New Generation of Chinese-Australian Writers Wenche Ommundsen , 2000 single work criticism
— Appears in: Alter/Asians : Asian-Australian Identities in Art, Media and Popular Culture 2000; (p. 89-106; Notes: 283-284)
Examines the works of the post-"Tiananmen Square" generation of Chinese-Australian writers and some of their preoccupations and attitudes, and their impact on Australian literature and culture.
From 'Hello Freedom' to 'Fuck You Australia' : Recent Chinese-Australian Writing Wenche Ommundsen , 2002 single work criticism
— Appears in: Departures : How Australia Reinvents Itself 2002; (p. 61-69; notes 286-287)
Explores 'moments of departure and arrival' as recreated in literary texts by writers who recently came to Australia from China. Gives a descriptive overview of a number of relevant texts.
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