Jay Daniel Thompson reviews 'Dancing Home' by Paul Collis

Dancing Home

by Paul Collis

University of Queensland Press, $29.95 pb, 206 pp, 9780702259753

Dancing Home opens in forthright fashion. The author, Paul Collis, urges readers to ‘[t]ake sides. Be involved in the ideas I’ve written into this book.’ The novel offers an uncompromising examination of some of the injustices faced by Indigenous Australians.

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Published in December 2017, no. 397
Jay Daniel Thompson

Jay Daniel Thompson

Jay Daniel Thompson lectures in the Media and Communications program at the University of Melbourne. For information on his research achievements, see his website: https://unimelb.academia.edu/JayDanielThompson

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