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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 Myths and Morals
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Pascoe argues that Aboriginal people have been simplistically or derogatively portrayed in literature by white Australians. He cites characters from the writings of Henry Lawson, Patrick White, Ruth Park, Eve Langley, Tim Winton and Peter Goldsworthy.

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    y separately published work icon The Weekend Australian 9-10 September 2006 Z1306239 2006 newspaper issue 2006 pg. 2 Section: Review

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Untitled Helen Hewitt , 2006 single work correspondence
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 23-24 September 2006; (p. 2)
Hewitt disagrees with Pascoe's view (Weekend Australian, 9-10 September 2006) that Aboriginal people have been simplistically or derogatively portrayed in literature by white Australians. She cites examples from Patrick White's writing to argue her case.
Untitled Helen Hewitt , 2006 single work correspondence
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 23-24 September 2006; (p. 2)
Hewitt disagrees with Pascoe's view (Weekend Australian, 9-10 September 2006) that Aboriginal people have been simplistically or derogatively portrayed in literature by white Australians. She cites examples from Patrick White's writing to argue her case.
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