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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 'The Fiction of Tim Winton : Earthed and Sacred' by Lyn McCredden
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'Tim Winton is embarrassing to Australian literary critics. It is not that it is impossible to form adequate literary judgements about the nature of his work. It is simply that any judgements one might form seem so totally irrelevant. Winton’s work makes plain a certain disconnect between the interests and imperatives of Australian literary criticism and those of the reading public who buy each of his titles in their hundreds of thousands.' (Introduction)

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