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Whose Landscape? Who's Exiled? single work   interview  
Date: 20 May 2006
Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Whose Landscape? Who's Exiled?
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    y separately published work icon Landscapes of Exile: Once Perilous, Now Safe Anna Haebich (editor), Baden Offord (editor), Berne : Peter Lang , 2008 Z1486522 2008 anthology criticism essay 'Inspired by the international conference 'Landscapes of Exile: Once Perilous, Now Safe' held in Australia in 2006, this book examines the experience and nature of exile - one of the most powerful and recurrent themes of the human condition. In response to the central question posed of how the experience of exile has impacted on society and culture, this book offers a rich collection of essays. Through a kaleidoscope of views on the metaphorical, spatial, imaginative, reflective and experiential nature of exile, it investigates a diverse range of landscapes of belonging and exclusion - social, cultural, legal, poetic, literary, indigenous, political - that confront humanity. At the very heart of landscapes of exile is the irony of history, and therefore of identity and home. Who is now safe and who is not? What was perilous? Who now is in peril? What does it mean to belong? This book provides key examinations of these questions.' (Publisher's blurb) Berne : Peter Lang , 2008 pg. 85-96
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