Issue Details: First known date: 1988 1988
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Spender discusses the fact that both Catherine Helen Spence and Catherine Martin were advocates of human rights, using their fiction for social change. Their viewpoints were both Australian and assertively feminine.

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    y Writing a New World : Two Centuries of Australian Women Writers Dale Spender , London : Pandora , 1988 Z122443 1988 single work criticism 'Challenging the popular disparagement of Australian literature and of women writers, Spender set out to identify and find Australia's women writers and their writings and to evaluate them for herself. Her study covers approximately 200 women.' London : Pandora , 1988 pg. 176-184
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