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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 No Place Like Home : Living on the Edge of Oceania
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Discusses how White Australia is haunted by a sense of being 'illegitimately in a place'. In relation to works by Astley, Hanrahan and New Zealand writer Janet Frame, the author examines the concepts of home, safety and cultural security and addresses the questions of 'what it means to be geographically located on the edge of the Pacific'.

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    y separately published work icon Changing Geographies : Essays on Australia Susan Ballyn (editor), Kathleen Firth (editor), Bill Phillips (editor), Elisa Morera de la Vall (editor), Geoff Belligoy (editor), Barcelona : Universitat de Barcelona. Centre D'Estudis Australians , 2001 Z979969 2001 anthology criticism extract poetry Selected papers from the conference 'Changing Geographies : Australia and the Milennium', held at Barcelona University 2nd-4th February 2000 as part of the Universitat de Barcelona and La Trobe University exchange programme. The selection includes creative writing and papers from a wide range of disciplines - Aboriginal Studies, Art, Film Studies, Anthropology and Cultural Studies. Barcelona : Universitat de Barcelona. Centre D'Estudis Australians , 2001 pg. 259-267
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