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The Oxford literary history of Australia / editors: Bruce Bennett and Jennifer Strauss ; associate editor: Chris Wallace-Crabbe
Bib ID 509102
Format BookBook
Description Melbourne : Oxford University Press, 1998 
vii, 488 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0195537378
0195537378
0195537378
Full contents
  • Making Literary History: An Introduction / Bruce Bennett and Jennifer Strauss
  • 1. White on Black/Black on Black / Adam Shoemaker
  • 2. The 'Settling' of English / Delys Bird
  • 3. Literary Culture 1851-1914: Founding a Canon / Elizabeth Perkins
  • 4. Literature and Melodrama / Robert Dixon
  • 5. National Dress or National Trousers? / Susan K. Martin
  • 6. Literary Culture 1914-1939: Battlers All / Jennifer Strauss
  • 7. Literary Democracy and the Politics of Reputation / Richard Nile
  • 8. National Myths of Manhood: Anzacs and Others / Adrian Caesar
  • 9. Clearing a Space for Australian Literature 1940-1965 / Patrick Buckridge
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 401-414) and index.

Subjects Australian literature - History and criticism.  |  Australia - Intellectual life.  |  Australia - In literature.
Other authors/contributors Wallace-Crabbe, Chris  |  Bennett, Bruce, 1941-2012  |  Strauss, Jennifer, 1933-
Also Titled

Literary history of Australia

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