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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... vol. 8 no. 2 1999 of Connotations est. 1991 Connotations
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My Career Goes Bung : Genre−Parody, Australianness and Anglophilia, Sanjay Sircar , single work criticism

Analyses the parodic elements of My Career Goes Bung, with a particular focus on the novel as parodying the genre of cheap English serialised formula fiction.

(p. 175-200)

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