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Deformity as device in the twentieth-century Australian novel [microform] / by CA. Cranston
Bib ID 1606629
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Cranston, CA
 
Description 1991 
vi, 299 leaves : ill. 
Series

University of Tasmania. Theses.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (leaves 283-299).

Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Tasmania, 1991.

Reproduction Microfiche. Tasmania, 199-. 2 microfiches. 
Subjects Australian fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism.  |  Deformity in literature.
Other authors/contributors University of Tasmania

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