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Issue Details: First known date: 2000... 2000 On Mature Reflection : Strange Objects and the Cultivation of Reflective Reading
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Literature has frequently taken a leading position in the re-examination of the collective memory, and Australian writer Gary Crew's novel Strange Objects holds a particularly important place in re-exam-ining Australia's contact history. More importantly, however, the novel, which is written for a young adult audience, explores reading processes. In doing so, it reasserts the centrality of the adolescent reader in the production of meaning.

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195-205 On Mature Reflection : Strange Objects and the Cultivation of Reflective Readingsmall AustLit logo Children's Literature in Education
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