Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Re-Envisioning the Japanese : 'The Goddess of 1967' and 'Japanese Story'
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'One key aspect of the revaluation of Australian identity in the last thirty years has been a reconsideration of Australia's relationships with Asia. This paper takes up this issue in relation to Japan, for many years Australia's largest economic trading partner, through examination of two Australian films, The Goddess of 1967 (2000) and Japanese Story (2004).' (p. 127).

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    y Australian Made : A Multicultural Reader Sonia Mycak (editor), Amit Sarwal (editor), Sydney : Sydney University Press , 2010 Z1780622 2010 anthology criticism Australian Made is a collection of essays about the writers, the readers and the texts of multicultural Australia. Despite the different approaches they take, the essays address a number of questions which are important for understanding Australian multicultural society and Australia's national literary culture.
    How does multiculturalism intersect with different genres and generic conventions? How is cultural diversity expressed and enacted within life writing, women's writing, experimental writing, children's literature, poetry, prose and film? What does it mean to be a 'multicultural writer' in Australia today? What is a 'multicultural text'?
    Presenting the work of critics and scholars from both Australia and abroad, this collection creates a synergy between local and international perspectives as it explores what it means for a writer or a reader to be 'Australian' and a text to be 'Australian made' (Publisher website).
    Sydney : Sydney University Press , 2010
    pg. 127-136
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