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'Although most of Michael Wilding's short stories are set in Australia, some take place in his native England, and a few are scattered among Europe, North Africa, and the US. Of the American stories one of the best is "An Afternoon for Political Dissidents in Texas." Neglected by critics, the story deserves to be better known. Graham examines Wilding's "An Afternoon for Political Dissidents in Texas," a splendid example of what Wilding called a "process story" as it combines narrative inventiveness with familiar Wilding themes.' (Publication summary)

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    y separately published work icon Antipodes The English Issue vol. 28 no. 2 December 2014 8488319 2014 periodical issue 2014 pg. 426-435
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