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Issue Details: First known date: 1986... 1986 Dislocations
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Contents

* Contents derived from the St Lucia, Indooroopilly - St Lucia area, Brisbane - North West, Brisbane, Queensland,:University of Queensland Press , 1987 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Happy Diwali, Janette Turner Hospital , 1986 single work short story (p. 9-21)
You Gave Me Hyacinths, Janette Turner Hospital , 1978 single work short story (p. 23-31)
The Inside Story, Janette Turner Hospital , 1980 single work short story (p. 33-42)
Moving Out, Janette Turner Hospital , 1987 single work short story (p. 43-56)
Waiting, Janette Turner Hospital , 1978 single work short story (p. 57-68)
Ashes to Ashes, Janette Turner Hospital , 1983 single work short story (p. 69-80)
The Dark Wood, Janette Turner Hospital , 1979-1980 single work short story (p. 81-90)
Some Have Called Thee Mighty and Dreadful, Janette Turner Hospital , 1979 single work short story (p. 91-100)
After the Fall, Janette Turner Hospital , 1981 single work short story (p. 101-109)
The Baroque Ensemble, Janette Turner Hospital , 1982 single work short story (p. 111-121)
The Owl-Bander, Janette Turner Hospital , 1982-1983 single work short story (p. 123-133)
Golden Girl, Janette Turner Hospital , 1981 single work short story (p. 135-149)
Mosie, Janette Turner Hospital , 1986 single work short story (p. 151-162)
Port after Port, the Same Baggage, Janette Turner Hospital , 1987 single work short story (p. 163-179)
The Bloody Past, the Wandering Future, Janette Turner Hospital , 1987 single work short story (p. 181-189)
Morgan Morgan, Janette Turner Hospital , 1987 single work short story (p. 191-199)
After Long Absence, Janette Turner Hospital , 1986 single work short story The Mango Tree (p. 201-210)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Notes:
This version contains additional stories to the first published version.

Works about this Work

Olfactory Imagery in the Australian Lives in Selected Short Stories of Janette Turner Hospital Sylvia Petter , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Studies , vol. 2 no. 2010;
'The sensuality of the prose of Janette Turner Hospital is to my mind informed by the importance of olfaction and olfactory imagery underpinning her work, particularly in relation to the links between olfaction and memory, and place, as well as to the recurring themes of dislocation that inhabit the 'Australian' lives of characters in several of her short stories. Place and memory, and their associated links to olfaction, would suggest that an inquiry into Janette Turner Hospital's use of olfactory imagery might well offer deeper insights into how she effects her grapplings with the concepts of 'home' and 'belonging'.' (Author's abstract)
y separately published work icon Rainforest Narratives : The Work of Janette Turner Hospital David Callahan , St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2009 Z1611963 2009 single work criticism

'Rainforests evoke vivid imagery; the profusion of intertwined trees and undergrowth both invites and confounds exploration. Acclaimed writer Janette Turner Hospital conjures up a rainforest for readers by weaving threads of connection and meaning into a labyrinth of characters and plot lines. From The Ivory Swing to Orpheus Lost, Hospital's award-winning novels and short stories have challenged and intrigued readers for over twenty-five years. Hospital's books tackle complex themes of dislocation, identity, ethics and the nature of reality, wrapping around a reader like rainforest creepers, remaining attached long after the last page is turned.

In this groundbreaking work of literary criticism, David Callahan signposts and analyses the major themes scattered throughout Janette Turner Hospital's writing. Rainforest Narratives is the perfect companion to her fiction for readers and scholars alike.' -- Publisher description.

Untitled Culture Vulture , 2000 single work review
— Appears in: The Australian Magazine , 18-19 March 2000; (p. 42)

— Review of Dislocations Janette Turner Hospital , 1986 selected work short story
Becoming Different in the Work of Janette Turner Hospital David Callahan , 1997 single work criticism
— Appears in: Ariel , April vol. 28 no. 2 1997; (p. 23-34)
Dislocation and Memory in the Short Stories of Janette Turner Hospital Selina Samuels , 1996 single work criticism
— Appears in: Journal of Modern Literature , Summer vol. 20 no. 1 1996; (p. 85-95)
Contrasts for Christmas : A Selection of Goodies Margot Luke , 1987 single work review
— Appears in: Fremantle Arts Review , December vol. 2 no. 12 1987; (p. 14-15)

— Review of Dislocations Janette Turner Hospital , 1986 selected work short story ; From the Verandah : Stories of Love and Landscape by Nineteenth Century Australian Women 1987 anthology short story extract ; The Estuary Georgia Savage , 1987 single work novel ; Kisses of the Enemy Rodney Hall , 1987 single work novel ; Women on Men 1987 selected work interview ; The War Despatches of Kenneth Slessor : Official Australian Correspondent 1940-1944 Kenneth Slessor , 1987 single work correspondence
Words That Fly Up Barry Dempster , 1986 single work review
— Appears in: Canadian Forum , December vol. 66 no. 1986; (p. 38-39)

— Review of Dislocations Janette Turner Hospital , 1986 selected work short story
Untitled Martha Ann Mueller , 1987 single work review
— Appears in: Queen's Quarterly , Autumn vol. 94 no. 3 1987; (p. 692-694)

— Review of Dislocations Janette Turner Hospital , 1986 selected work short story
Eclectic Short Stories Find Their Way from Australia Nancy Potter , 1990 single work review
— Appears in: Antipodes , Winter vol. 4 no. 2 1990; (p. 133-135)

— Review of Dead Witness : Best Australian Mystery Stories 1989 anthology short story ; Personal Best : Thirty Australian Authors Choose Their Best Short Stories Garry Disher , 1989 anthology short story autobiography biography ; Dislocations Janette Turner Hospital , 1986 selected work short story ; City to City Laurie Clancy , 1989 selected work short story
Home-Grown Stories that Take the Reader to the Edge Dianne Johnson , 1987 single work review
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 14 November 1987; (p. 90)

— Review of Analogues Brian Dibble , 1987 selected work poetry short story ; Dislocations Janette Turner Hospital , 1986 selected work short story ; Real Lies Craig McGregor , 1987 selected work short story
y separately published work icon Rainforest Narratives : The Work of Janette Turner Hospital David Callahan , St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2009 Z1611963 2009 single work criticism

'Rainforests evoke vivid imagery; the profusion of intertwined trees and undergrowth both invites and confounds exploration. Acclaimed writer Janette Turner Hospital conjures up a rainforest for readers by weaving threads of connection and meaning into a labyrinth of characters and plot lines. From The Ivory Swing to Orpheus Lost, Hospital's award-winning novels and short stories have challenged and intrigued readers for over twenty-five years. Hospital's books tackle complex themes of dislocation, identity, ethics and the nature of reality, wrapping around a reader like rainforest creepers, remaining attached long after the last page is turned.

In this groundbreaking work of literary criticism, David Callahan signposts and analyses the major themes scattered throughout Janette Turner Hospital's writing. Rainforest Narratives is the perfect companion to her fiction for readers and scholars alike.' -- Publisher description.

y separately published work icon Janette Turner Hospital's Dislocations Dislocations Wendy Beckett , Glebe : Pascal Press , 1994 Z1612004 1994 single work criticism
y separately published work icon A Text Response Guide to Janette Turner Hospital's 'Dislocations' Susan Perry , Ballarat : Wizard Books , 1994 Z1612043 1994 single work criticism
Olfactory Imagery in the Australian Lives in Selected Short Stories of Janette Turner Hospital Sylvia Petter , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Studies , vol. 2 no. 2010;
'The sensuality of the prose of Janette Turner Hospital is to my mind informed by the importance of olfaction and olfactory imagery underpinning her work, particularly in relation to the links between olfaction and memory, and place, as well as to the recurring themes of dislocation that inhabit the 'Australian' lives of characters in several of her short stories. Place and memory, and their associated links to olfaction, would suggest that an inquiry into Janette Turner Hospital's use of olfactory imagery might well offer deeper insights into how she effects her grapplings with the concepts of 'home' and 'belonging'.' (Author's abstract)
Janette Turner Hospital : Dislocations, Borderline, Charades Janette Turner Hospital (interviewer), 1990 single work interview
— Appears in: Writers in Action: The Writer's Choice Evenings 1990; (p. 63-85)
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