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This essay explores how non-Indigenous authors of children's romance and fantasy narratives have positioned themselves as authorities on Indigenous peoples and the Dreaming, often authorising their own concepts of the Dreaming and of Indigenous history to inform and 'indigenise' non-Indigenous child readers.' Collins-Gearing, 2003, p. 32

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