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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 My Career Goes Bung : Genre−Parody, Australianness and Anglophilia
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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.

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    y separately published work icon Connotations vol. 8 no. 2 1999 15404881 1999 periodical issue 1999 pg. 175-200

Works about this Work

Female Histories from Australia and Canada as Counter-Discourses to the National Marion Spies , 1999 single work criticism
— Appears in: Connotations , vol. 9 no. 3 1999-2000; (p. 296-315)

Responds to Sanjay Sircar's 'My Career Goes Bung : Genre−Parody, Australianness and Anglophilia', using the article as a starting point for an analysis of how five Australian and Canadian novels engage with the national discourse(s) of their countries of origin.

Also discusses Canadian novelists Margaret Atwood and Daphne Marlatt.

Female Histories from Australia and Canada as Counter-Discourses to the National Marion Spies , 1999 single work criticism
— Appears in: Connotations , vol. 9 no. 3 1999-2000; (p. 296-315)

Responds to Sanjay Sircar's 'My Career Goes Bung : Genre−Parody, Australianness and Anglophilia', using the article as a starting point for an analysis of how five Australian and Canadian novels engage with the national discourse(s) of their countries of origin.

Also discusses Canadian novelists Margaret Atwood and Daphne Marlatt.

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175-200 https://www.connotations.de/article/sanjay-sircar-my-career-goes-bung-genre%E2%88%92parody-australianness-and-anglophilia/ My Career Goes Bung : Genre−Parody, Australianness and Anglophiliasmall AustLit logo Connotations
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