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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 'Wogspeak' : Transformations of Australian English
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    y separately published work icon Story / Telling Bronwen Levy (editor), Ffion Murphy (editor), St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2001 Z796450 2001 anthology criticism Essays based on contributions to the annual Woodford Forum, held as part of the Woodford Festival, Woodford, Queensland. Some of Australia's finest writers range through vast territory exploring new directions in film and media, enigmas and creativity, histories of mothering, narratives of indigenous and migrant experience, folk, country and multicultural music traditions, and dilemmas of interpretation. -- Libraries Australia St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2001 pg. 118-133
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Subjects:
  • Wogs Out of Work Nick Giannopoulos , Mary Coustas , Simon Palomares , 1987 single work drama
  • Wog-A-Rama Mary Coustas , Nick Giannopoulos , 1993 single work drama
  • Wogboys Nick Giannopoulos , 1996 single work drama
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