Indigenous stories, Indigenous realities: reconciliation and resistance in Indigenous Australian narratives
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This thesis examines children’s literature narratives written by Australian Indigenous authors through the lens of an Indigenous epistemology that is grounded in Indigenous worldviews. It is contended that the chosen texts reveal layers of meaning with respect to three sets of relationships. First, relationships between Indigenous peoples and the earth; second, relationships in frontier Australia; and third, the relationships in the process of being formed between Indigenous and non- Indigenous peoples in a changing Australia.
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