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Living on Stolen Land (Ambelin Kwaymullina, Magabala)

From the title alone to the direct and unabashedly confrontational language, Living on Stolen Land does not equivocate on its message, which is to reiterate the history of settler colonialism in Australia and the ensuing sociopolitical fallout that still affects Indigenous people. In prose poetry the narrative speaks of settler...

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Category: Reviews