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Issue Details: First known date: 1984... 1984 The Artist and Society : Jung and Patrick White
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon St Marks Review no. 119 September 1984 Z867360 1984 periodical issue 1984 pg. 22-31
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Australian Literature Today R. K. Dhawan (editor), David Kerr (editor), New Delhi : Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies , 1993 Z212694 1993 anthology criticism biography short story poetry New Delhi : Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies , 1993 pg. 119-132
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Centering the Margins : Perspectives on Literatures in English from India, Africa, Australia Cynthia Van Den Driesen , New Delhi : Prestige Books , 1995 Z861889 1995 multi chapter work criticism New Delhi : Prestige Books , 1995 pg. 67-79
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Patrick White : Critical Issues Ishmeet Kaur (editor), New Delhi : Atlantic Publishers and Distributors , 2014 7935574 2014 anthology criticism 'Patrick White: Critical Issues celebrates Patrick White’s birth centenary year 2012. Revisiting White years after his death suggests an endless interest of readers in him. His unending quest to address both the physical and the metaphysical, in order to unravel the unresolved mysteries of life, has triggered the sensibility of scholars and readers who return to him time and again. Both obscure and complex, a writer who expects to know the “extraordinary behind the ordinary”, Patrick White poses a challenge to readers who align with him in the journey to the unknown lands—the journey that opens up a world of reality and truth behind what apparently seems to be dull and dreary. This book attempts to understand various facets of White’s writings. It also offers new perceptions by establishing comparative connections with different disciplines worldwide. It will be useful for scholars and researchers working on White, readers interested in White and scholars of comparative literature.'

     (Publication summary)

    New Delhi : Atlantic Publishers and Distributors , 2014
    Note: With title Jung, the Artist and Society and Patrick White
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22-31 The Artist and Society : Jung and Patrick Whitesmall AustLit logo St Marks Review
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