Voiced identity : a study of central characters in seven operas from Australia 1988-1998 / Anne Power.
Australian Works Analysed in this Book
|Summer of the seventeenth doll (1994) by Richard Mills|
|Lindy (1997) by Moya Henderson, Judith Rodriguez and Moya Henderson|
|Eighth wonder by Alan John and Dennis Watkins|
||Quito (1994) by Peter Wesley-Smith and Martin Wesley-Smith|
||sinking of the Rainbow Warrior (1994) by Colin Bright and Amanda Stewart|
|Bride of fortune (1988) by Gillian Whitehead and Anna-Maria Dell'Oso|
|Black River (1989) by Andrew Schultz and Julianne Schultz|
Discusses Black River by Andrew Schultz, The Bride of fortune by Gillian Whitehead, Lindy (The trial scene) by Moya Henderson, Summer of the seventeenth doll by Richard Mills, The eighth wonder by Alan John, Quito by Martin Wesley-Smith, and The sinking of the Rainbow Warrior by Colin Bright. Investigates issues that concern women in the contemporary operatic genre, issues of cultural identity and issues of political protest.
Thesis (PhD.) - University of Wollongong.
Bibliography: l. 340-355.
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