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"Inventing Beatrice": Writing an Auto/biography.
(Hecate Press, in association with the Centre for Women, Gender, Culture and Social Change Research, in the School of English, Media Studies and Art History at the University of Queensland., 2000)
'Mob' was the name adopted by a group of young women who were Arts students at Melbourne University between 1928 and 1935. They saw themselves as 'a slightly chosen race of free and original spirits', resisting the conventions ...
Ethical bearings in an Inter-generational Auto/biography: writing in my mother's voice.
(Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group, 2005)
"Beatrice Speaking" is an account of three years of my mother’s life (from 1945 to 1948). The narrative is written in the first-person voice of Beatrice, my mother (not, of course, her real name), and is framed by a prologue ...
When the diaspora returns. Language choices in post-independence Timor Lorosa’e.
(Lythrum Press, 2004)
After four centuries of Portuguese rule, twenty four years of Indonesian occupation, and two years of United Nations' administration, East Timor gained independence on 20 May, 2002. The new constitution of East Timor ...
Truth-telling: a passage to survival in Doris Brett's "Eating the Underworld. A Memoir in Three Voices".
(CRINI/CEC, Université de Nantes, 2006)
Doris Brett is a poet, writer and psychotherapist whose 2001 book, "Eating the Underworld. A Memoir in Three Voices", tells three concurrent stories about survival. The author survives ovarian cancer and its return; she ...