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The article reviews Stead's scholarship and gives a close reading of The Little Hotel, discussing the use of synecdoche to 'portray the economic, sexual, and gender structures' of society and viewing the novel 'through the lenses of two contemporary theorists of masculinity, Australian sociologist Bob Connell and the late French post-structural theorist, Pierre Bourdieu' (p.13).

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    y JASAL Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature vol. 2 Margaret Harris (editor), 2003 Z1082314 2003 periodical issue Includes a special section: 'Christina Stead Centenary Essays'. 2003 pg. 13-28
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