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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 'There I'm a Nobody; Here I'm a Marxian Writer' : Australian Writers in the East
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    y separately published work icon Australian Literature in the German Democratic Republic : Reading through the Iron Curtain Nicole Moore (editor), Christina Spittel (editor), London : Anthem Press , 2016 9437942 2016 anthology criticism

    'An account of fraught and complex cross-cultural literary exchange between two highly distinct - even uniquely opposed - reading contexts, Reading Through the Iron Curtain has resonance for all newly global reckonings of the cultural cold war. Working from the extraordinary records of the East German publishing and censorship regime, the authors materially track the production and reception of one country’s corpus as envisioned by another - the ninety Australian titles published in the GDR form an alternative canon, revealing a shadowy literary archive that rewrites Australia’s postwar cultural history from behind the iron curtain, and illuminate multiple ironies for the GDR as a ‘reading nation’. This book brings together leading German and Australian scholars in the fields of book history, German and Australian cultural history, Australian and postcolonial literatures, and postcolonial and cross-cultural theory, with emerging writers currently navigating between the two cultures.' (Publication summary)

    London : Anthem Press , 2016
    pg. 211-220
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