Review of Mudrooroo: A Likely Story, by Maureen Clark

Maureen Clark's study of Colin Johnson/Mudrooroo's position in Australian literature and culture reads as a passionately honest attempt to take up the threads of the unforgiving debate concerning the author's famous 'identity crisis' in order to trace its distortions and omissions, and possibly move beyond it in ways that might allow for a new appraisal of his undoubtedly rich creative output.

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Published 1 November 2008 in Volume 23 No. 4. Subjects: Aboriginal literature, Mudrooroo.

Cite as: Oboe, Annalisa. ‘Review of Mudrooroo: A Likely Story, by Maureen Clark.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 23, no. 4, 2008. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.1fc5f8c252.