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Issue Details: First known date: 2000... 2000 A Queer Kind of Belonging
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The author interprets Tsiolkas's character Ari as presenting a new model of belonging which rejects traditional notions of the nation, but still demonstrates a masterful participation, a "being in, but not of" society. She sees this as a model of belonging for nations which, having moved beyond post-colonial, are now hybrid, multiculrural and pluralised.

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