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- DescriptionIn the third Quarterly Essay of 2003, Germaine Greer suggests that embracing Aboriginality is the only way Australia can fully imagine itself as a nation. In a wide-ranging essay she looks at the interdependence of black and white and suggests t how the Aborigine question may be settled but how a sense of being Aboriginal might save the soul of Australia. In a sweeping and magisterial essay, touching on everything from Henry Lawson to multiculturalism, Germaine Greer argues that Australia must enter the Aboriginal web of dreams. ' Whitefella Jump Up is an essay about sitting down and thinking where all the politics start and what kind of legend Australia wants to place at its heart.' - Peter Craven 'I'm t here offering yet a solution to the Aborigine problem ...Blackfellas are t and never were the problem. They were the solution, if only whitefellas had been able to see it.' - Germaine Greer, Whitefella Jump Up
- Author BiographyGermaine Greer was born in Melbourne and attended university there and in Sydney and Cambridge. She now divides her time between her property in Queensland and the UK, where she holds an emeritus professorship in literature at the University of Warwick. Her seminal 1970 work The Female Eunuch established her international reputation, and her subsequent publications include The Obstacle Race, Sex and Destiny, Daddy We Hardly Knew You, The Change, Shakespeare's Wife and The Whole Woman. Greer also writes prolifically for newspapers and journals.
- Author(s)Dr. Germaine Greer
- PublisherBlack Inc.
- Date of Publication01/08/2003
- SubjectSocial Studies: General
- Country of PublicationAustralia
- ImprintQuarterly Essay
- Weight222 g
- Width168 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine9 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (UK)
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