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A career in writing [microform] : Judah Waten and the cultural politics of a literary career / David Carter
Bib ID 1549414
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Carter, David John, 1954-
 
Description Geelong, Vic. : Deakin University, 1993 
7 microfiches. 
Summary

This thesis examines the literary career of Judah Waten (1911-1985) in order to focus on a series of issues in Australian cultural history and theory. The purpose is not to discover a single key to Waten's writing across the oeuvre but rather to plot the specific occasions of this writing in the context of the structure of a career and the cultural institutions within which it was formed.

Notes

Thesis (Ph.D.)--Deakin University, 1993.

Bibliography: leaves 372-394.

Subjects Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.  |  Australian literature -- 20th century -- Social aspects.

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