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"In Australia, reviewers of poetry and its linguistic acquisitions often re-define the limits of the cultural imaginary when they view writing as a possible form of literary transgression. In so doing, they fail to reconcile with a white Australian fantasy that has overshadowed the voices of a past that have not, as yet, been given a chance to negotiate our cultural futures." (p. 30)

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    y separately published work icon Sidewalk no. 7/8 March 2001 Z951783 2001 periodical issue 2001 pg. 30-44
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