cover image: Vol.12, No.5(May)2024


Vol.12, No.5(May)2024

4 Jun 2024

They deal with their stories of colonial experience, their marginalization and their struggles to avert the decline of their socio- cultural status and the emergence of their voice in the respective national literature. [...] Further, in their and narrating instances of complicity of Aboriginal elders in the persecution of their women. [...] They have the capacity to classify, codify and present their knowledge and perceive and evaluate changes in the environment. [...] The essays also highlight the rejection by Aboriginal groups of the prevailing view of their cultural heritage as a social problem, at odds with the imperatives of contemporary existence. [...] Rampant encroachment and contamination of lakes make a significant dent in drinking water availability, the ecosystem, and the beauty of the city.



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