The Ends of the Earth: Defining an Australian Sense of an Ending
Both Patrick White and D. H. Lawrence are writers obsessed with the of an ending. Critics have already begup to explore the primary function of apocalypse in much of their respective work; thematically and structurally, it is not hard to see that both authors were haunted (or hounded) by Christian eschatology, and that the apocalyptic types are major sources for interpreting their works.
The University of Sydney acknowledges that its campuses and facilities sit on the ancestral lands of Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander peoples, who have for thousands of generations exchanged knowledge for the benefit of all.