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The Association for the Study of Australian Literature (ASAL) is an Australian organisation which promotes the creation and study of Australian literature and literary culture especially through the interaction of Australian writers with teachers and students. It administers several awards, holds a yearly conference, publishes a newsletter and journal, and has sponsored several publications."Association for the Study of Australian Literature" in William H. Wilde, Joy Hooton, and Barry Andrews (eds) (1994) The Oxford Companion to Australian Literature via Oxford Reference Online, Oxford University Press, accessed 20 August 2011."Association for the Study of Australian Literature" in AustLit: The Australian Literature Resource, National Library of Australia and Australian Studies Centre, Department of English, University of Queensland, [2002 -]

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by Bartlett, Alison, 1961-
Toowoomba, Qld. : Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 1998
BookBook, OnlineOnline
 
[N.S.W.] : Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 2003-
 
 
 
 
by Carter, David John, 1954-
Toowoomba, Qld. : Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 1997
BookBook, OnlineOnline
 
 
Toowoomba, Qld. : Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 2002-2008
JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
 
 
by Dale, Leigh, 1963-
Canberra : Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 1997
 
 
[Duntroon, A.C.T.?] : Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 1987
 
 
Armidale, N.S.W. : University of New England, Dept. of English, 1978-[2000]
 
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