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Arthur Angell Phillips (1900–1985), generally known as A. A. Phillips, was an Australian writer, critic and teacher, best known for coining the term "Cultural Cringe" in his pioneering essay The Cultural Cringe (1950), which set the early terms for post-colonial theory in Australia. He was educated at Melbourne Grammar School and at the Universities of Melbourne and Oxford, and later taught at Wesley College in Melbourne.

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Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Publishing, 2006 [i.e. 2005]
 
 
Melbourne : Melbourne University Press, 1946
 
 
 
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