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Ghost nation : imagined space and Australian visual culture, 1901-1939 / Laurie Duggan
Bib ID 2418057
Format BookBook
Author
Duggan, Laurie
 
Description St Lucia, Qld. University of Queensland 2001 
xxiii, 292 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 0702231894 (paperback)
Summary

A vividly written account of Australia's visual arts from Federation through to the end of the Depression, the period from which the modernist movement evolved. Poet, Laurie Duggan, draws together areas of Australian cultural history which have formerly been treated through separate disciplines, eg modernism and feminism.

Notes

Originally published as the Author's thesis (Ph.D) in 1998.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [261]-280) and index.

Subjects Arts, Australian -- History -- 20th century.  |  Arts and society -- Australia.  |  Australian literature -- 20th century.  |  Australia in art.  |  Australia -- History -- 20th century.  |  Australia -- Civilization -- 20th century.

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