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"I don’t have a problem with nudity. I never have. I was born naked. I’d like to buried naked. It’s a way of life in Australia."

Elle MacPherson, in Joey Berlin, ed., Toxic Fame (1996)

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"In the false country of the zoo / Grief is well represented there / From those continents of the odd / And outmoded, Africa and Australia."

Jean Garrigue, "False Country of the Zoo," The Ego and the Centaur (1947)

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"… Australia is a country not so much of fulfillment as of theatrical expectation."

Jan Morris, "Nothing If Not Australian," Locations (1992)

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"The aboriginal peoples of Australia illustrate the conflict between technology and the natural world succinctly, by asking, ‘What will you do when the clever men destroy your water?’ That, in truth, is what the world is coming to."

Winona LaDuke, in Beth Brant, ed., A Gathering of Spirit (1984)

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"I was the toast of two continents: Greenland and Australia."

Dorothy Parker, in John Keats, You Might As Well Live (1970)

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