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Issue Details: First known date: 1996... 1996 Paper Tracks : Indigenous Literatures in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand
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The literary works produced by the Aboriginal Australian writers listed is compared to that of Jeannette Armstrong and Thomas King in Canada and Witi Ihimaera, Patricia Grace, Keri Hulme and Alan Duff in New Zealand. Shoemaker briefly examines and compares a number of anthologies, suggesting that the life-story genre, popular in the 1970s, has been followed by 'the anthologizing of aboriginal people' from the mid-1980s onwards.

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