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The Mother's Day protest and other fictocritical essays / Stephen Muecke
Bib ID 7135031
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Muecke, Stephen, 1951- author
 
Uniform Title Essays. Selections
Description London ; New York : Rowman & Littlefield International, [2016] 
xviii, 157 pages ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9781783488155 (hardcover) (alkaline paper)
1783488158 (hardcover) (alkaline paper)
9781783488162 (paperback) (alkaline paper)
1783488166 (paperback) (alkaline paper)
Series

Place, memory, affect.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Australian

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