4 edition of Australian autobiographical narratives found in the catalog.
Australian autobiographical narratives
by National Library of Australia
Written in English
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One girl loves exploring the snowy day while her sibling prefers to stay cozy inside (at first). The format of the book presents one sister’s narrative on the left side of the book and the other sister’s narrative on . This book shares and analyses the stories of Opal, a senior Alyawarra woman. Through her stories the reader glimpses the harsh colonial realities which many Aboriginal Australians have faced, highlighting the cultural embeddedness of autobiographical Pages:
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Top 10 books about the Australian bush From Miles Franklin to Bruce Chatwin, these writers show how tightly this spectacular but dangerous territory is bound up with the country’s identity . As the book's editors Sidonie Smith and Julia Watson point out, the formation of identity is enmeshed in a complex field that involves both facilitation and regulation. The narrative Autobiography in Australian Parliamentary First Speeches 71 regulation of autobiographical narrative .
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In discussing three of these autobiographies, this book examines the role of autobiographical narrative in the process of Australian Aboriginal women reclaiming their s: 1. Our volume of reflections on Indigenous biography and autobiography is drawn from selected and refereed papers first presented at an international conference held at the National Museum of Australia in The principal sponsor was the Humanities Research Centre at The Australian File Size: 2MB.
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Australian Autobiographical Narratives is a fascinating and comprehensive guide to published Australian autobiographical writing dealing with the period to In the words of Joy Hooton, autobiographies are uniquely valuable sources providing an 'insight into the varieties of knowing nineteenth-century Australia.
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