Issue Details: First known date: 2000 2000
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Examines the use and function of myth in Malouf's novels Remembering Babylon and An Imaginary Life. The author argues that there is a development in Malouf's deployment of myth, which in turn reflects his deepening understanding of the genre's moral ambiguities.

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    y World Literature Today vol. 74 no. 4 Autumn William Riggan (editor), 2000 Z902381 2000 periodical issue Includes a brief, illustrated chronology of Malouf's life and a brief bibliography of his works. 2000 pg. 724-732
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