Oodgeroo Noonuccal Essay | Visions of Brisbane

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Visions of Brisbane

Summary: Oodgeroo Noonuccal poetry and Margery Forde's snapshots from home both show representations of events, issues and people that are apparent in australia's society
Analytical Essay - Visions of Brisbane

Throughout the years the people of Australia have had to grapple with a great extent of events. Initially, the Aboriginals unwillingly dealt with cultural dispossession forced by the British. Then an odd two hundred years on, the world is once again at war and those left at home struggle with the harsh reality of death looming so closely above their loved ones' heads. The poetry of Oodgeroo Noonuccal and Margery Forde's Snapshots from Home both develop representations of events, issues and people that were and are apparent in our society. Inside the poetry and the play, Noonuccal and Forde have explored the feelings and beliefs of the marginalised members of society in two different contexts.

The event of a new people arriving in a foreign and new land is represented in the texts in different ways, but similarly they both deal...

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