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Black Australian Literature: A Bibliography of Fiction, Poetry, Drama, Oral Traditions and Non-Fiction, Including Critical Commentary, 1900-1991 (German-Australian Studies,) e-book

Author:

Heinz Schurmann-Zeggel,Manfred Jurgensen

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

Subcategory:

Poetry

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1534 kb

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Peter Lang Publishing (January 1, 1997)

Pages:

320

ISBN:

082043423X

Black Australian Literature: A Bibliography of Fiction, Poetry, Drama, Oral Traditions and Non-Fiction, Including Critical Commentary, 1900-1991 (German-Australian Studies,) e-book

by Heinz Schurmann-Zeggel,Manfred Jurgensen


Black Australian Literature book.

Black Australian Literature book. by. Heinz Schürmann-Zeggel.

Nan Albinski's Guide is an important finding aid for Australian manuscripts held in North American Libraries. Kay Walsh and Joy Hooton have issued the second volume of Australian Autobiographical Narratives covering the period 1850-1900 but extending well into the twentieth century to include figures like Daryl Lindsay (b. 1890, memoir published 1965), or Bill Harney (b. 1895, memoir published 1946).

Home Heinz Schürmann-Zeggel Black Australian Literature: A bibliography of fiction, poetry . The Author: Heinz Schürmann-Zeggel (. born 1957 in Essen, Germany, studied music, English and German at the universities of Essen and Wuppertal, Germany

Home Heinz Schürmann-Zeggel Black Australian Literature: A bibliography of fiction, poetry,. born 1957 in Essen, Germany, studied music, English and German at the universities of Essen and Wuppertal, Germany. Dissertation on Aboriginal and Islander Life Writing. Life Writing, Peter Lang 1999) 1986-90 cultural management work in Germany for a series of projects initiated in cooperation with the Aboriginal and Islander Arts Board of the Australia Council.

New York: Peter Lang, 1997, 320 p. Annotated bibliography of primary and secondary sources relating to Aboriginal literature. Attwood, Bain, ed. In the Age of Mabo: History, Aborigines and Australia. St. Leonards, N. S. Allen & Unwin, 1996, 193 p. Comprised of essays by various contributors featuring contemporary perspectives on and approaches to Aboriginal history. Berndt, Catherine H. Categorisation of, and in, Oral Literature.

Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Uniform Title: German-Australian studies ; vol. 11. Rubrics: Australian literature Aboriginal Australian authors Bibliography Aboriginal Australians in literature. ISBN: 0226738000 Author: Schiller, Friedrich, 1759-1805. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Cell compartmentation.

A Dictionary of Biblical Tradition in English Literature. A Bibliography of Australian multicultural writers. Personal writings by women to 1900: A bibliography of American and British writers. University of Oklahoma Press, 1989.

A Dictionary of Biblical Tradition in English Literature Jenni, Ernst, e. A Bibliography of Australian multicultural writers Oxford Companion to Australian Literature Canadian literature. University of Oklahoma Press, 1989

As far back as medieval times, a courtly tradition in literature cross-fertilized with an earthier demotic one.

The major literatures written in English outside the British Isles are treated separately under American literature, Australian literature, Canadian literature, and New Zealand literature. English literature has sometimes been stigmatized as insular. Nor was attraction toward European intellectualism dead in the late 20th century, for by the mid-1980s the approach known as structuralism, a phenomenon predominantly French and German in origin, infused the very study of English literature itself in a host of published critical studies and university departments. As far back as medieval times, a courtly tradition in literature cross-fertilized with an earthier demotic one.

Non-fiction can be creative, such as the personal essay, or factual, such as. .

Non-fiction can be creative, such as the personal essay, or factual, such as the scientific paper. Sometimes the purpose of non-fiction is to tell a story (hence the autobiography), but most of the time the purpose is to pass on information and educate the reader about certain facts, ideas, and/or issues. Some genres of non-fiction include histories, textbooks, travel books, newspapers, self-help books, and literary criticism. And non-fiction is often used to support and expand students’ understanding of fiction texts-after reading Hamlet students might read critical articles about the play and historical information about the time period and/or the life of Shakespeare.

This bibliography concentrates on literature written or orally narrated by Australian Aboriginal and Islander people in English.

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