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Issue 35 features reviews by Reviews by Michelle Gabriel, Robert Imre, Zoe Anderson, Lisette Kaleveld, Ann Jensen, Katharine Sarikakis, Jane Simon, Catie Gilchrist, Sylvia Alston, Dean Durber, Rob Edwards, Christine Choo, Carolyn van Langenberg, Susan Tridgell and Ian Morrison. [Details]
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|Altitude issue 6: Reading Indigenous Australian Texts Part 2|
This issue completes the collection of essays on Indigenous cultural production introduced in the previous issue. It features a number of discussions of storytelling focussing, in the case of Somerville and Perkins, on the collaborative practice of storytelling exchange in a massacre story. Van den Berg looks at the functions of story-telling in indigenous communities and Ravell looks at the Moore River experience in life stories by van den Berg and Pilkington. Fielder examines Kim Scott's fiction and collaborative life story work and Miller reads Unaipon's life and literary work in the context of mimicry and whiteness. Webb and Mackinlay read the performance of song in urban and rural environments. [details]
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