Issue 20, December 2000

Editor: Elizabeth McMahon

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Target Article

In Papunya Stories Tim Bonyhady takes a look at Aboriginal art, market forces and interpretative monopolies.


Jennifer Livett’s “Odd Couples and Double Acts, or Strange but Not Always Queer: some male pairs and the modern/postmodern subject” is a discussion in which Livett speculates on the significance of the male pair in fiction and philosophy from the modernist period to the present.

In Extract

Tourism, Postmodernism and Australia is an excerpt from Holiday Business: Tourism in Australia Since 1870by Jim Davidson and Peter Spearritt;

and an extract from The Colonial Earth by Tim Bonyhady.


Simon Philpott reviews Death in Balibo, Lies in Canberra,by Desmond Ball and Hamish McDonald.

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