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Issue Details: First known date: 2001 2001
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Notes

  • Proceedings of the 2000 ASAL Conference held at the University of Tasmania, Hobart, 6-9 July 2000

Contents

* Contents derived from the Hobart, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,: Association for the Study of Australian Literature , 2001 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Harold Stewart's Fear of Flying : Poetry, Homosexuality and the Ern Malley Affair, Michael Ackland , 2001 single work criticism
Michael Ackland comments on Harold Stewart's repressed homosexuality and it's effect on Stewart's poetry.
(p. [1]-9)
The Cosmopolitan Pastoral : The Paddock, the Novel, and the Nation, Robert Beardwood , 2001 single work criticism

Using Murray Bail's Eucalyptus and Nicholas Jose's The Custodians Robert Beardwood shows how Australian writing reflects concerns of claims to place and tensions between longing and belonging, Australian place and Australian identity at the end of the 20th century.

(p. [10]-20)
Cultural Production : Commissioning Books in Contemporary Australia, Diane Brown , 2001 single work criticism
Diane Brown argues that, as well as cultural and commercial trends, the personal beliefs, values and assumptions of editors and publishers also influence the production of books in Australia.
(p. [21]-29)
A Sunday Morning Chat with Peter Minter, Debbie Comerford (interviewer), 2001 single work interview (p. [30]-45)
Whateveri"Where. Again angels , simply", Peter Minter , 2001 single work poetry (p. 38-41)
Endurancei"Somewhere at the far end of thinking,", Peter Minter , 2001 single work poetry (p. 44-45)
Lingo and Literature, Peter Conrad , 2001 single work essay
Peter Conrad discusses the inventiveness of the Australian language.
(p. [46]-58)
Tasmanian Nature Writing and Ecocriticism, C A Cranston , 2001 single work criticism
The author looks at the differences between natural history writing and nature writing using examples from Tasmanian writing, and discusses the belle letteristic (or essay) form and ecowriting in prose fiction.
(p. [59]-67)
Intimate Imperialism : Alan Gould's 'The Tazyrik Year', Rosamund Dalziell , 2001 single work criticism (p. [68]-77)
Multum In Parvo : Intertexts and Yin Yang Symbolism in Nicholas Jose's The Rose Crossing, J. M. Q. Davies , 2001 single work criticism (p. [78]-85)
Convicts, Coolies and Colonialism : Reorienting the Prisoner-of-War Narrative, Frances De Groen , 2001 single work criticism
Frances de Groen looks at prisoner of war writings from the Pacific War as a branch of prison literature rather than of war literature. The author also discusses parallels between prisoner of war narratives and convict literature and allusions to the Robinson Crusoe myth in both.
(p. [86]-94)
Calypso and the Bush, Peter Doley , 2001 single work criticism
A comparison between the lyrics of calypso from Trinidad and Tobago and the bush ballad.
(p. [95]-102)
Cultural Determinants : Publishing the Australian Literary Estate 1990-2000, Anne Galligan , 2001 single work criticism
The relationships between the independent Australian publishing houses and the multinational publishing houses publishing in Australia.
(p. [103]-111)
Recovering Australian Popular Fiction : Towards the End of Australian Literature, Ken Gelder , 2001 single work criticism (p. [112]-120)
Girt by Sea : Islands in the Novels of Thea Astley and Christopher Koch, Paul Genoni , 2001 single work criticism (p. [121]-127)
Christopher Koch, Out of Ireland : No More 'Hiding the Stain', Chad Habel , 2001 single work criticism
Habel discusses the significance of ancestry for Koch's characters with focus on Langford in Highways to War and Devereaux in Out of Ireland.
(p. [128]-134)
Hobart and 'Home' in Tasma and Mrs Humphry Ward, Margaret Harris , 2001 single work criticism
Issues of imperialism and identity in the fiction of Tasma and in Mrs Humphry Ward's colonial novel Canadian Born.
(p. [135]-144)
Altering Horizons : An Aesthetic of Reception and Reproduction in Oscar and Lucinda, Alice Healy , 2001 single work criticism
"[Explores] the changing conditions under which texts, such as Oscar and Lucinda are read, interpreted, translated and reproduced by using the theories of [Hans Robert] Jauss and [Wolfgang] Iser."
(p. [145]-150)
Mission Statements : Textuality and Morality in the Colonial Archive, Anna Johnston , 2001 single work criticism
Johnston discusses missionary Lancelot Edward Threlkeld's writings as colonial texts.
(p. [151]-160)
These Books Were Made for Walkin' : Literary Guidebooks as Cultural Tourism, Peter Kirkpatrick , 2001 single work criticism (p. [161]-167)

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Link: Web resource 26/02/2013

Works about this Work

The Long Hand of Murray Bail : Travel and Writing Paul Sharrad , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Journeying and Journalling : Creative and Critical Meditations on Travel Writing 2010; (p. 25-36)
'In this paper Paul Sharrad suggests that Murray Bail 'could not have produced most of his work without journeying abroad, and that his book of travel observations, Longhand, offers insights into one particular kind of 'journeying' as well as his reliance on material picked up along his journeying out from and back to Australia. While he began serious writing around the age of 19 in his native South Australia, and composed some other stories during his years in Melbourne working in advertising, Bail did not really get going as a published writer until he had been overseas for several years, first in India and then England and Europe. His jottings in Longhand: a Writer's Notebook, show on the one hand, how his sense of being a writer affects his recording of the travel experience, and secondly, how much his travels have had an impact on his fiction.'' (25-26)
CoverNotes Mike Shuttleworth , 2002 single work review
— Appears in: The Sunday Age , 10 February 2002; (p. 11)

— Review of Australian Literary Studies in the 21st Century 2001 anthology criticism interview essay
CoverNotes Mike Shuttleworth , 2002 single work review
— Appears in: The Sunday Age , 10 February 2002; (p. 11)

— Review of Australian Literary Studies in the 21st Century 2001 anthology criticism interview essay
The Long Hand of Murray Bail : Travel and Writing Paul Sharrad , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Journeying and Journalling : Creative and Critical Meditations on Travel Writing 2010; (p. 25-36)
'In this paper Paul Sharrad suggests that Murray Bail 'could not have produced most of his work without journeying abroad, and that his book of travel observations, Longhand, offers insights into one particular kind of 'journeying' as well as his reliance on material picked up along his journeying out from and back to Australia. While he began serious writing around the age of 19 in his native South Australia, and composed some other stories during his years in Melbourne working in advertising, Bail did not really get going as a published writer until he had been overseas for several years, first in India and then England and Europe. His jottings in Longhand: a Writer's Notebook, show on the one hand, how his sense of being a writer affects his recording of the travel experience, and secondly, how much his travels have had an impact on his fiction.'' (25-26)
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