The Soul of Nationalism in Australian Literature with Special Mention of the A. B. Paterson's composition, 'A Person from Snowy River' Anjay. P. Kumar 14-PEL-24

Abstract: Australia is definitely a heterogeneous demographical society as a result of colonisation and further immigration of folks from different parts of the world who later on chose to continue to be and intermingle with the original population in the country which very fact offers given her literature a great eclectic quality which is a mosaic of Western european and native art forms.  For modern Aboriginals, crafted literature is a huge way of both claiming a voice and articulating a sense of cohesion being a people confronted with real risks to the standing; permanence stability of their lifestyle and  traditional culture, story, song, and legend offered to define allegiances and relationships equally to others and the terrain that nurtured them. Bush poetry happens to be at the heart of Australian literature and its elegance remains amaranthine with freelance writers like Banjo Paterson and Henry Lawson having added much to see the world of all their nationalistic id with remained obscure till then. With this paper, the researcher tries to bring out the spirit of nationalism in Australian bush poetry, with special reference to Banjo Paterson's poem ‘A Man coming from Snowy River'. The study of literature takes its place somewhere between history and philosophy and history is approximately events as well as the people who make them, about the long process by which the human race adapted the earth to its purpose and about the tools and, institutions and societies it created. Literary works, however , is actually a branch of cultural studies, research of the patterns shaped simply by society which shape the ways of discovering the world as well as the ideas we certainly have about it. Throughout the years between the wars, Quotes as a region promoted the idea of a young clean, white colored nation free from the vice and disease...