Date of Award

6-2011

Document Type

Campus Access Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Fine Arts (MFA)

Department

English/Creative Writing

First Advisor

Askold Melnyczuk

Second Advisor

John Fulton

Third Advisor

Toni Amato

Abstract

In the 1770's, Europeans first landed in Tasmania and met the inhabitants. Less than one hundred years later, all people indigenous to the island had been officially declared dead. These stories explore the first moments of contact between Europeans and Tasmanians, and their repercussions into today's world.

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