Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 The Fantastic Self : Essays on the Subject of the Self
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This anthology is a compilation of papers presented at the tenth international conference of the Mythopoeic Literature Association of Australia held at Newman College, Melbourne in July 1994. It focuses on the definitions of self and identity and how these themes are portrayed in works of science fiction, fantasy, children's and young adult literature. It also contains other material which has not been indexed.


  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed.


* Contents derived from the North Perth, Inner Perth, Perth, Western Australia,: Eidolon Publications , 1999 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Memory Cathedral : Eros, Magic and Myth, Jack Dann , 1999 single work criticism (p. 10-18)
Minds, Modes, Models, Modules, Damien Broderick , 1999 single work essay (p. 38-46)
Self-Sculpting on the Internet: 1994, Sean McMullen , 1999 single work essay (p. 54-60)
Identity in Australian Children's Literature: Perspectives from the Past and Present, Maureen Nimon , 1999 single work criticism (p. 104-110)
The Lost Child: The Australian Contribution to a Traditional Archetype, Barbara Poston-Anderson , 1999 single work criticism (p. 111-119)
Feeling More Like Holden Than Phoebe...Following the Formative Years in Fiction, Ellie Francis-Brophy , 1999 single work criticism (p. 120-126)
Into the Belly of the Beast, Cate Kennedy , 1999 single work criticism (p. 144-151)
The Form of Love: Les Murray, Selfhood and the Romantic Impulse, Ronnith Morris , 1999 single work criticism (p. 197-205)
The Wolves Always Howl Once: Finding a New Self in Jessica Anderson's Taking Shelter, Amy Witting's A Change in the Lighting and Joan Dugdale's The Gripping Beast, Donat Gallagher , 1999 single work criticism (p. 219-226)
Tomorrow's Selfhood: Self in the Science Fiction of Greg Egan, Van Ikin , 1999 single work criticism (p. 295-303)

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