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Robin Gerster (born 1953) is an Australian author and academic. He is a Professor at the School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics at Monash University. His major fields of expertise are the cultural histories of war and travel, and Western representations of Japan. As a postgraduate, he won the Australian War Memorial's inaugural C.E.W. Bean Scholarship, for his research project on Australian war literature. The PhD thesis that emerged from this research was subsequently published as Big-noting: The Heroic Theme in Australian War Writing, which remains the landmark study in its field. In 1988, it won ''The Age'' Book of the Year Award in the non-fiction category.

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by Gerster, Robin, 1953-
Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press ; Portland, Or. : U.S.A. and Canada, International Specialized Book Services [distributor], 1987
 
 
 
 
by Gerster, Robin, 1953-
Brunswick, Victoria : Scribe Publications, 2019 , ©2008
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