In the post history wars landscape of present Australian there are few examples of nonfictional accounts of the experience of navigating the complexities of society and history of regional towns in South Eastern Australia. Patti Miller’s autobiographical account of the intricacies of identity politics in rural south eastern Australia shows that the legacies of this “theft” of personal identity is an experience shared by many Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people alike. ….
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