From Silence to Voice

From Silence to Voice

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Utgivelsesår 2010
Forlag Libro International
Språk Engelsk
ISBN 9781877514180
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Om From Silence to Voice

Before the 1970s, Maori existed in New Zealand literature as figures created by Pakeha writers. The Maori renaissance of the 1970s changed all that. Fiction writers led by Witi ihimaera and Patricia Grace challenged earlier stereotypes and inherited literary forms, creating a new body of writing that has redefined Maori in literature. Until now no single comprehensive critical work has followed this evolution. Paola Della Valle's landmark book sets that to right. From Silence to Voice portrays the early 'silence' of Maori in New Zealand literature, characterised in caricature by colonial writers, then in increasingly sympathetic portraits from the likes of Frank Sargeson, Janet Frame and Noel Hilliard, through to the new and challenging works presented by Maori writers themselves. In an academically brilliant yet easily read analysis, Della Valle also stresses important links with the literautre and culture of Italy.


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