Neighbours single work   short story  
Issue Details: First known date: 1985 1985
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

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    y Scission Tim Winton , Fitzroy Ringwood : McPhee Gribble Penguin , 1985 Z433304 1985 selected work short story Tim Winton's first collection of stories deals with men, women and children whose lives are coming apart and whose hearts are breaking. These spare, jagged stories, in which people struggle with change and disintegration, are vintage Winton. (Source: LibrariesAustralia) Fitzroy Ringwood : McPhee Gribble Penguin , 1985 pg. 81-85
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    y Australian Short Stories no. 10 1985 Z1066042 1985 periodical issue 1985 pg. 49-52
    Note: With an illustration by Mary Leunig
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    y The Penguin Best Australian Short Stories Mary Lord (editor), Ringwood : Penguin , 1991 Z307411 1991 anthology short story extract humour satire crime historical fiction (taught in 1 units) Ringwood : Penguin , 1991 pg. 299-302
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    y Neighbours : Multicultural Writing of the 1980s Ronald Frederick Holt (editor), St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 1991 Z194854 1991 anthology short story poetry prose biography humour This collection of Australian multicultural writing is comprised of 26 short stories and two brief prose pieces written or first published in the 1980s (ix). The general theme is immigrant experience and the work is organized loosely in five thematic sections: Rejections; Transitions; Worlds Between; Generations; Connections. St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 1991 pg. 225-228
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    y Writing from Australia Wendy Morgan (editor), Cambridge : Cambridge University Press , 1994 Z100967 1994 anthology short story poetry biography prose humour dreaming story Cambridge : Cambridge University Press , 1994 pg. 3-7
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    y Daughters of the Sun : Short Stories from Western Australia Bruce Bennett (editor), Susan Miller (editor), Nedlands : UWA Publishing , 1994 Z492457 1994 anthology short story extract humour Nedlands : UWA Publishing , 1994 pg. 139-143
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    y Men Love Sex Alan Close (editor), Milsons Point : Random House , 1995 Z88718 1995 anthology short story prose biography science fiction Milsons Point : Random House , 1995 pg. 297-301
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    y Reflections on Marriage Hazel Hawke (editor), Melbourne : Text Publishing , 1996 Z462457 1996 anthology short story extract Melbourne : Text Publishing , 1996 pg. 102-105
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    y The Arnold Anthology of Post-Colonial Literatures in English John Thieme (editor), London : Arnold , 1996 Z818232 1996 selected work extract poetry short story London : Arnold , 1996 pg. 279-284
Language: Japanese

Works about this Work

From Tim Winton to ‘Tankman’ : Teaching Australian Literature to Chinese International Students. Jan Bailey , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: Teaching Australian Literature : From Classroom Conversations to National Imaginings 2011; (p. 177-195)
Jan Baily writes on her experiences of teaching Australian literature to international students. Her teaching experience led her to conclude that ‘Australian texts can enrich the literary experience of our international students’ culturally, aesthetically and linguistically, and can help move them toward a more varied understanding of their unique experience in Australia, and in the world generally’. (p. 193)
Tim Winton Tim Winton , 2002 single work criticism
— Appears in: Revue Svetovej Literatury , vol. 3 no. 2002; (p. 43-45)
Tim Winton Tim Winton , 2002 single work criticism
— Appears in: Revue Svetovej Literatury , vol. 3 no. 2002; (p. 43-45)
From Tim Winton to ‘Tankman’ : Teaching Australian Literature to Chinese International Students. Jan Bailey , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: Teaching Australian Literature : From Classroom Conversations to National Imaginings 2011; (p. 177-195)
Jan Baily writes on her experiences of teaching Australian literature to international students. Her teaching experience led her to conclude that ‘Australian texts can enrich the literary experience of our international students’ culturally, aesthetically and linguistically, and can help move them toward a more varied understanding of their unique experience in Australia, and in the world generally’. (p. 193)
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