Ripe to Tell single work   novella  
Issue Details: First known date: 1997 1997
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    y Secrets Drusilla Modjeska , Robert Dessaix , Amanda Lohrey , Sydney : Pan Macmillan Australia , 1997 Z486231 1997 selected work prose novella The authors were given the special brief to write about the topic 'secrets' in any way they liked. Sydney : Pan Macmillan Australia , 1997 pg. 1-169

Works about this Work

Developing a Connective Feminine Discourse : Drusilla Modjeska on Women’s Lives, Love and Art Ulla Rahbek , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: Coolabah , no. 16 2015; (p. 101-111)
'This paper discusses the work of the Australian writer and historian Drusilla Modjeska through a focus on the intersections between women‟s lives, love and art, which constitute the central triptych of Modjeska‟s writing. It argues that Modjeska‟s oeuvre unfolds a connective feminine discourse through a development of what the paper calls hinging tropes, discursive connectors that join life, love and art, such as weaving, folding and talking. That connective feminine discourse is indeed central to Modjeska‟s personal and sometimes idiosyncratic feminism.' (Publication summary)
Developing a Connective Feminine Discourse : Drusilla Modjeska on Women’s Lives, Love and Art Ulla Rahbek , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: Coolabah , no. 16 2015; (p. 101-111)
'This paper discusses the work of the Australian writer and historian Drusilla Modjeska through a focus on the intersections between women‟s lives, love and art, which constitute the central triptych of Modjeska‟s writing. It argues that Modjeska‟s oeuvre unfolds a connective feminine discourse through a development of what the paper calls hinging tropes, discursive connectors that join life, love and art, such as weaving, folding and talking. That connective feminine discourse is indeed central to Modjeska‟s personal and sometimes idiosyncratic feminism.' (Publication summary)
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    Papua New Guinea,
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    Pacific Region,
  • Sydney, New South Wales,
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  • 1900-1999
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