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Fink, Ruth. 2 (December 1957): 100–10. Gore, James M. “Representations of Non-Indigenous History and Identity in the National Museum of Australia and Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa,” Electronic Journal of Australian and New Zealand History (18 October 2003). htm Greer, Germaine. Whitefella Jump Up: The Shortest Way to Nationhood (London: Profile, 2004). xlii S H E I L A C O L L I N G W O O D –W H I T T I C K \ Harris, Paul. “Aborigines Clash with Scientists over Bones,” The Observer (London; 1 June 2003).
This, again, looks like a useful deconstruction of an official record which enshrines European 11 Lars Jensen, Unsettling Australia: Readings in Australian Cultural History (New Delhi: Atlantic, 2005): 61. 8 MARC DELREZ \ experience at the expense of native claims to history. Even so, Flinders remains eulogized in Black Sheep as a “secular visionary” – indeed, exactly like Roger Jose, because he similarly “crossed over into a world that belonged to others” (77). The colonial narrative is, then, not so much dismissed as transformed into a self-serving search for cross-cultural correspondences which are found to validate it.
This is something he achieves at the price of some acrobatics worth describing in detail. Borroloola, the object of the quest, is first presented as an extreme of geographical isolation, which owes its symbolic value and appeal to its being, “on [the] national remoteness index,” a kind of record-breaker – “as far as you can go in Australia without a passport” (6). The many physical obstacles on the way to Borroloola are therefore dwelt upon, but only as a prelude to the discovery that this backwater, instead of being the country’s last frontier, actually opens out on new horizons.
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