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Alternative title: Tectonic Shifts : The Global and the Local
Issue Details: First known date: 2011... vol. 34 no. 1 Autumn 2011 of Commonwealth est. 1974 Commonwealth
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Reconfiguring Australia's Literary Canon : Antipodean Cultural Tectonics, Salhia Ben-Messahel , single work criticism
'This paper shows how an Australian community imagined by the European continent has evolved to become more inclusive of otherness, be it in the form of non-Anglo-Australian cultures, Australian regional cultures, or a significant Indigenous culture intimately linked to the land. In this process, which is comparable to tectonic shifts, some Australian authors have attempted, within a 21st-century global village, to map intercultural spaces that reveal a pervasive sense of emptiness and the uncanny.' (Author's abstract)
(p. 77-91)

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