Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 Multicultural Experience in the Poems of Judith Rodriguez and Inez Baranay's Neem Dreams
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Smita Agarwal examines Inez Baranay's Neem Dreams and a range of poems from Judith Rodriguez's House by the Water: New and Selected Poems. Agarwal concludes: 'Between the two texts under consideration in this paper, the reader discerns multiculturalism's literary journey in a technologically advancing, globalised world. Whereas in the Rodriguez poems ... the explorations are tentative and self-reflexive, Baranay's novel is strident in its approach, with an emphasis on contemporary diversity and its thrust on the idea of other nations and cultures being able to contribute their experience on an equal footing to our collective understanding of a globalised society.'

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    y Australia and India : Interconnections : Identity, Representation, Belonging S. K. Sareen (editor), New Delhi : Mantra Books , 2006 Z1428175 2006 anthology criticism 'Interconnections is a collection of twenty-eight refereed essays from the second International Conference of the Indian Association for the Study of Australia (IASA) held in January 2004 in New Delhi ... These essays explore the dynamics of crosscultural activity, intercultural interaction and interconnections.' - Back cover. New Delhi : Mantra Books , 2006 pg. 182-192
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