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Issue Details: First known date: 2003... 2003 Discourses of Multiculturalism and Contemporary Asian-Australian Literature
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This thesis explores how discourses of multiculturalism and postcolonialism can be used to interpret representations / constructions of Asian-Australians, Asia(ns) and Australia(ns) in contemporary Asia-Australia literature. It seeks to examine how the continual severing, realignment and recombination of multicultural and postcolonial discourses have influence Asian-Australian writings, and briefly considers the politics of publishing. In addition, it undertakes a critical analysis of the discursive processes by which objects and identities are formed or given meaning in contemporary Australian literature by writers of Asian ancestry.

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  • PhD thesis, Department of English, University of Adelaide

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      Adelaide, South Australia,: 2003 .
      Extent: 258p.
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