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  • Author:agent Judith Rodriguez
Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 [Essay] : Bush Studies
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'Barbara Baynton is a hero of Australian writing because, in a decade when readers preferred jokes or sentimentality about hard-luck cases in Australia’s difficult farming backblocks, she punched hard and direct to show bitter truths. For example, the poet Judith Wright in her essay ‘Women Writers in Society’ registers attitudes to bold writing by women and to landscape, that relate to Baynton’s work...' (Introduction)

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