Kim Scott’s publishing history in three contexts: Australian Aboriginal, national, and international
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In order to better understand and appreciate Kim Scott’s publishing history, it is important to first place it in the context of the publishing history of Australian Aboriginal literature. Only then can one properly situate it in the larger context of Australian literature. Finally, for full effect, Scott’s publishing history should be placed in the context of the international literary marketplace.
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