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Issue Details: First known date: 1983... 1983 Pioneering Social Realism: William Lane's The Workingman's Paradise
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Wilding demonstrates that William Lane's The Workingman's Paradiseexplores the traditional appeals, analyses and understandings of socialist propaganda. But Wilding finds that Lane also emphasizes that the propagandists must ensure they live within the propagandized value system before any social change can be effective.

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  • Paper presented at the Third Association for the Study of Australian Literature Conference held at the University of Queensland in 1980

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