Australian Made: A Multicultural Reader
Sonia Mycak, Amit Sarwal
Sydney University Press, Jan 1, 2010 - Australia - 338 pages
Australian made is a collection of essays about the writers, the readers and the texts of multicultural Australia. Despite the different approaches they take, the essays address a number of questions which are important for understanding Australian multicultural society and Australia's national literary culture.
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