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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 The Colonising Victim : Tim Winton's Irish Conceit
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Personal Trauma/Historical Trauma in Tim Winton's Dirt Music Barbara Arizti Martin , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Splintered Glass : Facets of Trauma in the Post-Colony and Beyond 2011; (p. 175-189)
Barbara Arizti looks at the way aspects of trauma are represented in Tim Winton's Dirty Music .
Tim Winton's Narrative of Belonging : Revisiting Australian Identity through Europe in The Riders Sarah Zapata , 2007-2008 single work criticism
— Appears in: Zeitschrift fur Australienstudien , no. 21-22 2007-2008; (p. 157-164)
'The purpose of this paper is to explore the way in which Tim Winton's novel, The Riders, enhances a certain construction of Australian identity by establishing a set of contrasts between Australia and the European continent.' It also explores how 'Winton's novel tackles a very recurrent theme in Australian literature: the centrality of the land and belonging in defining identity'. (p. 158)
Tim Winton's Narrative of Belonging : Revisiting Australian Identity through Europe in The Riders Sarah Zapata , 2007-2008 single work criticism
— Appears in: Zeitschrift fur Australienstudien , no. 21-22 2007-2008; (p. 157-164)
'The purpose of this paper is to explore the way in which Tim Winton's novel, The Riders, enhances a certain construction of Australian identity by establishing a set of contrasts between Australia and the European continent.' It also explores how 'Winton's novel tackles a very recurrent theme in Australian literature: the centrality of the land and belonging in defining identity'. (p. 158)
Personal Trauma/Historical Trauma in Tim Winton's Dirt Music Barbara Arizti Martin , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Splintered Glass : Facets of Trauma in the Post-Colony and Beyond 2011; (p. 175-189)
Barbara Arizti looks at the way aspects of trauma are represented in Tim Winton's Dirty Music .
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