The Character of Ginny in Philip McLaren's "Sweet Water - Stolen Land". A (Post-)Colonial Perspective


Term Paper, 2018

20 Pages, Grade: 1,0


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Contents

Introduction

The Character of the Indigenous Australian Woman Ginny of the Kamilaroi people
1. Ginny – the “parrot”
2. Ginny – the “double colonized”
3. Ginny – the hybrid, challenger and mediator

Conclusion

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Title
The Character of Ginny in Philip McLaren's "Sweet Water - Stolen Land". A (Post-)Colonial Perspective
College
University of Duisburg-Essen  (Department of Anglophone Studies, British and Postcolonial Studies)
Course
Indigenous Australian Literature and Culture
Grade
1,0
Author
Year
2018
Pages
20
Catalog Number
V595464
ISBN (eBook)
9783346176523
ISBN (Book)
9783346176530
Language
English
Keywords
Postcolonial, Colonial, Postcolonial literature, colonial literature, indigenous, Australia, indigenous Australian literature, colonialism, oppression, patriarchy, indigenous Australian culture, colonization, transculturality, hybridity, emancipation, hybridization, imperialism, violence
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Johanna M. (Author), 2018, The Character of Ginny in Philip McLaren's "Sweet Water - Stolen Land". A (Post-)Colonial Perspective, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/595464

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