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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Locating Indigeneity in Anthologies of Australian Literature : The Rhetoric of Arrangement
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'This essay will discuss the operation of major anthologies of Australian literature as re-enforcers of colonial imperialist ideals, particularly through the specific arrangement of texts. In these anthologies, indigenous voices and images are placed in provocative positions that work to maintain a sense of static identity or function in Australia. This study looks specifically at popular anthologies of Australian literature published by major presses after the dissolution of the White Australia Policy.' (p. 59)

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