Alice Nannup's 'Homes': Cultural Identification and Land in <em>When the Pelican Laughed</em>
Keywords:Alice Nannup, autobiography, Aboriginal identity, land
AbstractThe paper explores the way the association between people and land shapes identity in ALice Nannup's autobiography When the Pelican Laughed.
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