With a keen critical eye and sharp insight Sylvia Lawson moves the essays and stories in this collection through settings in and out of Australiaaacross Paris, West Papua, Britain, Indonesiaalistening to the distinctive local voices from our cultural margins and reclaiming concerns the metropolitan centers ignore.The kids are cheerful and bouncy, snotty- nosed, with sores on their legs. ... I bought the other painting in the best-reputed, Aboriginal-owned cooperative gallery in town, one where you can be sure of ... One room is for works by women ; there, in a stack of unframed works on the floor, I found one dot painting a it seemedanbsp;...
|Title||:||How Simone de Beauvoir Died in Australia|
|Publisher||:||UNSW Press - 2002|