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A companion to the works of Kim Scott / edited by Belinda Wheeler.

Publication:
Rochester, New York : Camden House, 2016.
Format/Description:
Book
xvii, 184 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series:
Camden House companion volumes.
Camden House companion volumes
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Subjects:
Scott, Kim, 1957 -- -Criticism and interpretation.
Australian literature -- Aboriginal Australian authors -- History and criticism.
Contents:
Foreword, Jeanine Leane
Acknowledgments
Note on orthography
Chronology of key writings
Introduction / Belinda Wheeler
Kim Scott's publishing history in three contexts: Australian aboriginal, national and international / Per Henningsgaard
Kim Scott's True country as aboriginal bildungsroman / Brenda Machosky
The land holds all things: Kim Scott's Benang: a guide to postcolonial spatiality / Lisa Slater
Kim Scott's Kayang and me: Noongar identity and evidence of connection to country / Christine Choo
"Wreck/con/silly/nation": mimicry, strategic essentialism, and the "friendly frontier" in Kim Scott's That deadman dance / Arindam Das
The international reception of Kim Scott's works: a case study featuring Benang / Gillian Whitlock and Roger Osborne
Traumatic landscapes: inscribing spectrality and identity in Kim Scott's "A refreshing sleep," "Capture," and "An intimate act" / Lydia Saleh Rofail
Spatial poetics and the uses of ekphrasis in Kim Scott's "Into the light" and other stories / Nathanael Pree
The poetry of Kim Scott / Tony Hughes-D'Aeth
The Wirlomin Project and Kim Scott: empowering regional narratives in a globalized world of literature / Natalie Quinlivan
Kim Scott as boundary rider: exploring possibilities and new frontiers in aboriginal health / Rosalie Thackrah and Sandra Thompson
An interview with Kim Scott / Belinda Wheeler.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Wheeler, Belinda, 1974- editor.
ISBN:
9781571139498
1571139494
OCLC:
933585075