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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 Singing the World Anew : Learning, Narration and Collaborative Culture in Kim Scott's 'True Country'
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Rai's article argues that Scott's True Country points towards a 'collaborative culture' in which a renewal of relationships may overcome the 'colonial culture of racism, stereotypes and misrepresentations' (50). Rai draws attention to the role of learning collaboratively, including the act of writing collaboratively, in bringing about this renewal.

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