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If The Man from Snowy River is Indigenous, what does that mean for our national myth-making?

By Simon Ryan, Associate Professor (Literature), Australian Catholic University
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Anthony Sharwood’s The Brumby Wars looks at the tension between environmental damage and sentimental attachment to Australia’s brumbies — and how Banjo Paterson’s poem feeds the myth.

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