"Makin it right" through the poetry of Alf Taylor

@article{ere2009MakinIR,
  title={"Makin it right" through the poetry of Alf Taylor},
  author={Danica {\vC}er{\vc}e},
  journal={Acta Neophilologica},
  year={2009},
  volume={42},
  pages={83-91}
}
Although Australian indigenous poetry is often overtly polemical and politically committed, any reading which analyses it as merely propaganda provides only a small window on it. By presenting the verse of Alf Taylor collected in Singer Songwriter (1992) and Winds (1994) and discussing it in the context of the wider social and cultural rnilieu of the author, my essay aims to show its thematic richness of indigenous poetic expression. Indigenous poets have, on the one hand, undertaken the re… Expand
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