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English Advanced- Judith Wright; Feature Article

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English Advanced Feature Article (Was called So many Wrights, so Little Time, heading cropped out) - with Tim Winton's 'Big World' as related text. Explores relationship with People and Land.

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Biology Arts Art genres Literary genres Visual arts Landscape Topography Tim Winton Pastoral Natural landscape Judith Wright Romanticism Lyn McCredden
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Biology Arts Art genres Literary genres Visual arts Landscape Topography Tim Winton Pastoral Natural landscape Judith Wright Romanticism Lyn McCredden
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The way in which we interact with the landscape serves to share the stories of how we interact with the landscape past, present and future. Australian Poet, Judith Wright, explores her post-colonialist anxieties in her suite of poetry, and explores the precarious connection between human and land. Tim Winton, a renowned Australian author, shows the insignificance rationalism has against spontaneity, in his short story ‘Big World. The Australian landscape is one rich with culture and history, inspiring praise internationally. Flame Tree in a Quarry represents the need for the preservation of our landscape Judith Wright, an innovator of environmental and indigenous rights, who “made a tremendous contribution to the poetry of the land, the landscape, and place” as Professor Lyn McCredden quotes i...
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