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Jamming the machinery [microform] : ecriture feminine and the practice of contemporary women writers in Australia / by Alison Joan Bartlett
Bib ID 1529562
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Bartlett, Alison, 1961-
 
Description [Townsville, Qld.] : Department of English, James Cook University of North Queensland, 1994 
viii, 423 p. 
Notes

"Thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy."

Thesis (Ph.D.)--James Cook University of North Queensland, 1994.

Bibliography: p. 255-273.

Reproduction Microfiche [Townsville, Qld.] : James Cook University of North Queensland, [199-?] 8 microfiches. 
Subjects Women authors, Australian.  |  Women in literature.

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