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Haigui : A Key Word for 2003 single work   criticism  
  • Author:agent Yu Ouyang http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/ouyang-yu
Issue Details: First known date: 2004... 2004 Haigui : A Key Word for 2003
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    y separately published work icon Double Vision : Asian Accounts of Australia Alison Broinowski (editor), Canberra : Pandanus Books , 2004 Z1426354 2004 anthology criticism The distinguished contributors to this book use their knowledge of Chinese and Japanese accounts of Australia and use them to discuss how Australia is perceived among Chinese and Japanese. They explore topics such as settlement and invasion; exoticism and tourism; culture, education, politics and regional participation, etc Canberra : Pandanus Books , 2004 pg. 79-91
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    y separately published work icon Bias : Offensively Chinese/Australian : A Collection of Essays on China and Australia Yu Ouyang , Kingsbury : Otherland , 2007 Z1385710 2007 selected work autobiography criticism correspondence review interview essay biography A collection divided into eight sections, with 'critical articles on Australian and Chinese poetry, Australian literature, writings in the Chinese diaspora, cultural and linguistic identities, literary translations, Australian/Chinese reciprocal representations, one interview and selected reviews of Ouyang Yu and his works, as well as an extensive Selected Bibliography on works by and on Ouyang Yu'. (The author) Kingsbury : Otherland , 2007 pg. 152-160
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