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An analysis of Englishman William Howitt's work for children, A Boy's Adventure in the Wilds of Australia, and the ways in which its depiction of both the Australian landscape, and Australia's Aboriginal people, reflects an 'imperialist discourse'.
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ySomething to Crow About : New Perspectives in Literature for Young PeopleAustralasian Children's Literature Association for Research (ACLAR) Conference. (2nd , 1998 , Wagga Wagga)Sue Clancy
Wagga Wagga:Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University,1999Z9518561999anthology criticism 'A collection of refereed papers from the 1998 ACLAR Conference, held at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga.'Wagga Wagga:Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University,1999