"Contemporary Life Writing: Inscribing Double Voice in Intergenerational Collaborative Life-Writing Projects"
|Year of publication||2013|
|Type||Chapter of a book|
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|Description||A chapter in a critical companion to Aboriginal literature in Australia. The chapter examines some of the more recent intergenerational collaborative life-writing projects, such as Auntie Rita by Rita and Jackie Huggins (1994), arguing that these texts, by inscribing a double narrative voice, significantly transgress and extend the poetic boundaries of the genre of Aboriginal life writing.|