The learning goal of this lesson is to improve your knowledge of Robert Dessaix's (the author) personal context, and the social historical and political context of 1980s and 90s Australian society; and to consider Dessaix's purpose and intended purpose. This knowledge will provide you with a base to understand the implicit and explicit values in the text.
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