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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 Recolonisation and Disinheritance : The Case of Tasmania
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'The essay discusses the appropriations of the history and landscape of Tasmania, in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and particularly by outsiders to the state, whether they are European or from the Australian mainland' (106). Pierce draws on the texts cited above, and on critical responses to these texts to demonstrate the conflicted experiences of departure from Tasmania and, in some cases, an equally unsettling return.

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    y separately published work icon Critics and Writers Speak : Revisioning Post-Colonial Studies Igor Maver (editor), Lanham : Lexington Books , 2006 Z1362652 2006 anthology criticism 'This book of new critical essays and interviews [...] provides a forum for discussion, revision and interrogation of the current practice of post-colonial studies, intervening in the current debates on post-colonialim by looking at a number of literary case studies within the context of the former British Empire' (2). The three interviews are with Peter Carey, Trinh T. Minh-ha, and Opal Palmer Adisa. Lanham : Lexington Books , 2006 pg. 106-114
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