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An essay reflecting on the representation of Poles and Poland in Lily Brett's Too Many Men. Rydzynska writes of finding the depictions of Poles in Brett's book upsetting, but also engages positively with Brett's work, arguing that Polish readers need to be open to Brett's writing.


  • English translation of the title: Lily Brett and Poland

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Language: Polish
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    y separately published work icon Kurier Zachodni vol. XV no. 148 June-July Mount Hawthorn : Polish Australian Cultural Society (WA) Inc. , 2001 6840580 2001 periodical issue Mount Hawthorn : Polish Australian Cultural Society (WA) Inc. , 2001 pg. 29-34
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