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y separately published work icon Just Words? : Australian Authors Writing for Justice anthology   criticism   essay  
Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Just Words? : Australian Authors Writing for Justice
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Text Unit Name Institution Year
y separately published work icon Just Words? : Australian Authors Writing for Justice Bernadette Brennan (editor), St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2008 Z1472207 2008 anthology criticism essay (taught in 2 units) 'In this powerful collection, Australian writers including Gail Jones, Eva Sallis and Frank Brennan explore the relationship between writing and justice, a relationship utterly dependent on informed, ethical readers. These essays - from poets, essayists, academics, playwrights, critics and novelists - demonstrate how it is possible for writing to articulate concerns of justice, enlighten the broader community and move citizens to action.' (Publisher's blurb) Writing and Justice University of Sydney 2010 (Semester 1)
y separately published work icon Just Words? : Australian Authors Writing for Justice Bernadette Brennan (editor), St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2008 Z1472207 2008 anthology criticism essay (taught in 2 units) 'In this powerful collection, Australian writers including Gail Jones, Eva Sallis and Frank Brennan explore the relationship between writing and justice, a relationship utterly dependent on informed, ethical readers. These essays - from poets, essayists, academics, playwrights, critics and novelists - demonstrate how it is possible for writing to articulate concerns of justice, enlighten the broader community and move citizens to action.' (Publisher's blurb) Writing and Justice University of Sydney 2008 (Semester 1)
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