Livia Käthe Wittmann, ‘Postmodern ethnicity or Utopian di-ethnia? Women’s multilingual/multicultural writing in Aotearoa/New Zealand’, Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 37:1, 2002: 101-20

Gerri Kimber

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Article review: In this broad-ranging article, Livia Käthe Wittmann explores the notions of di-ethnia and diglossia through the exploration of the work of five female authors writing in New Zealand – Keri Hulme, Sia Figiel, Amelia Batistich, Yvonne du Fresne and Kapka Kassabova
Original languageEnglish
JournalAnnotated Bibliography of English Studies
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2008

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