Generating Alternative Worlds: The Indigenous Protest Poetry of Romaine Moreton

@article{ere2010GeneratingAW,
  title={Generating Alternative Worlds: The Indigenous Protest Poetry of Romaine Moreton},
  author={Danica {\vC}er{\vc}e},
  journal={ELOPE},
  year={2010},
  volume={7},
  pages={49-59}
}
Since the 1980s, indigenous authors have had a high profile in Australia and their writing has made a significant impact on the Australian public. Given that poetry has attracted more indigenous Australians than any other mode of creative expression, this genre, too, has provided an important impetus for their cultural and political expression. Discussing the verse of Romaine Moreton, and taking up George Levine’s view (2000) that works of art are able to produce critical disruptions and… Expand
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