Rumbles in the Zeitgeist. "Three Dog Night" by Peter Goldsworthy. [review]
Australian Book Review
It is difficult for non-Aboriginal novelists to deal adequately with Aboriginal experience in their work. There are many reasons for this, not the least of which is general ignorance about Aboriginal experience. But another, more insidious, reason is self-censorship. Peter Goldworthy's "Three Dog Night" challenges these issues head-on, which may suggest a new stage in an ongoing debate.
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Borghino, José 2003. Rumbles in the Zeitgeist. Review of "Three Dog Night" by Peter Goldsworthy. 'Australian Book Review', No 256, November, 46-47.