Stillness and intrigue in the north and sadness by William Yang
Grehan, H. (2002) Stillness and intrigue in the north and sadness by William Yang. Journal of Australian Studies, 26 (73). pp. 151-159.
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It might well be argued that William Yang's work is about landscape, broadly defined with social, political, geographical and performative referents. Yang navigates his way through landscapes of race, belonging and 'implacement', charting his experiences through his stories, that resonate and stimulate the spectator in response to this journeying...
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