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by Frank Stewart,Barry Lopez,Larissa Behrendt,Mark Tredinnick


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Mark Tredinnick is a poet, essayist and writing teacher. His books include The Land's Wild Music (2005) and A Place on Earth (2003). He runs acclaimed writing programmes at the University of Sydney and at writers' centres in Australia and the USA. Библиографические данные.

Mark Tredinnick is a poet, essayist and writing teacher. Where the rivers meet: new writing from Australia Mānoa (Honolulu, Hawaii. 1989) (Том 18,Выпуск 2). Авторы. Frank Stewart, Larissa Behrendt, Barry Lopez.

Barry Holstun Lopez (born January 6, 1945) is an American author, essayist, and fiction writer whose work is known for its humanitarian and environmental concerns. He won the National Book Award for Nonfiction for Arctic Dreams (1986) and his Of Wolves and Men (1978) was a National Book Award finalist. Lopez was born in Port Chester, New York and raised in Southern California and New York City. He attended grade school at Our Lady of Grace (Encino), where the family lived.

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Where the rivers meet’ serves as a versatile metaphor and it encompasses the confluence of cultures, histories, emotions and styles that this collection draws together from writing that struggles to deal with Australia’s colonial past and continuing processes of rift and reconciliation.

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The 184-page issue of essays, fiction, and poetry features photographs by Aboriginal photographer Ricky Maynard.

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2006, Frank Stewart, Larissa Behrendt, Barry Lopez, Where The Rivers Meet: New Writing from Australia, Any house built substantially of wood and lasting more than twenty years is now a "Queenslander" it seems and commands a premium. Person from Queensland): banana bender (colloquial).

Contributors include Henry Reynolds, Thomas Keneally, Larissa Behrendt, John Hirst, Julian Morrow, Helen Irving, Mark Tredinnick . Mark McKenna is one of Australia’s leading historians, based at the University of Sydney

Contributors include Henry Reynolds, Thomas Keneally, Larissa Behrendt, John Hirst, Julian Morrow, Helen Irving, Mark Tredinnick, John Warhurst, David Morris, George Williams, Joy McCann, Erika Smith, Anthony Dillon, Paul Pickering, James Curran, David Donovan and George Winterton. A stimulating collection. Mark McKenna is one of Australia’s leading historians, based at the University of Sydney. He is the author of several prize-winning books, most recently a biography of historian Manning Clark, An Eye for Eternity: The Life of Manning Clark, which won the Prime Minister’s award for non-fiction and the Victorian, NSW and South Australian premiers’ non-fiction awards.

More than two dozen contemporary novelists, essayists, and poets are collected in this remarkable collection of work from Australia, a complex country with a multi layered history. Among these outstanding writers is a growing number of Indigenous authors, whose voices are included here. Their stories - many of them previously untold in literature - deepen and expand our understanding of the experiences that comprise Australia's past, present, and future. Both the Indigenous and non-Indigenous authors in Where the Rivers Meet address their country's struggle to create a shared citizenship and sense of belonging. Some seek the key to this shared belonging in the creation of a more just relationship to the land and in issues of ownership. Others find clarity and rejuvenation in the country's harsh and beautiful wildness.
Where the Rivers Meet: New Writing from Australia (Manoa) download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Frank Stewart,Barry Lopez,Larissa Behrendt,Mark Tredinnick
ISBN: 0824831780
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press (May 14, 2007)
Pages: 184 pages