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Reading Race: Aboriginality in Australian Children's Literature

by Clare Bradford

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In Reading Race, Clare Bradford looks at the ways in which Australia's indigenous peoples have been-and continue to be-represented in books for children. These varying representations have helped to color the attitudes, beliefs and assumptions of different generations of Australians. She offers a ground-breaking and intelligent picture of how Australian children's books, by both white and Aboriginal writers, have negotiated the matter of race.
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This text looks at the ways in which Australia's indigenous peoples have been, and continue to be, represented in books for children. These varying representations have helped to colour the attitudes, beliefs and assumptions of different generations of Australians.… (more)

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