The Resource Historical fiction and the allegorical truth of colonial violence in the proposition, Felicity Collins

Historical fiction and the allegorical truth of colonial violence in the proposition, Felicity Collins

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Historical fiction and the allegorical truth of colonial violence in the proposition
Title
Historical fiction and the allegorical truth of colonial violence in the proposition
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Felicity Collins
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Language
eng
Summary
Discusses the role of allegory in the representation of Australian colonial history; debates on the role of historians and historical fiction - Grenville?s ?The Secret River?; modernist truth in history and historical allegory; includes reference to the representation of Aboriginal people as victims of colonial violence in the films ?The Proposition? and ?The Tracker?
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Collins, Felicity
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non fiction
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Historical fiction and the allegorical truth of colonial violence in the proposition, Felicity Collins
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Publication
Bibliography note
Endnotes: p. 69-71
Extent
p. 55-71
Label
Historical fiction and the allegorical truth of colonial violence in the proposition, Felicity Collins
Publication
Bibliography note
Endnotes: p. 69-71
Extent
p. 55-71

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