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Poor Joe [Jo] single work   short story  
Issue Details: First known date: 1871... 1871 Poor Joe [Jo]
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The Westering of Quasimodo : The Legacy of the Grotesque in the New World Michael Ackland , 2002 single work criticism
— Appears in: Departures : How Australia Reinvents Itself 2002; (p. 211-221, notes 298-299)
Examines the use of the grotesque in some Australian ("New World") writing and the way in which this differs from the European grotesque, particularly that of Victor Hugo.
"Weird Melancholy" : Inner and Outer Landscapes in Marcus Clarke's Stories Michael Wilding , 1986 single work criticism biography
— Appears in: Mapped but Not Known : The Australian Landscape of the Imagination : Essays and Poems Presented to Brian Elliott LXXV 11 April 1985 1986; (p. 128-145) Studies in Classic Australian Fiction 1997; (p. 9-31)
"Weird Melancholy" : Inner and Outer Landscapes in Marcus Clarke's Stories Michael Wilding , 1986 single work criticism biography
— Appears in: Mapped but Not Known : The Australian Landscape of the Imagination : Essays and Poems Presented to Brian Elliott LXXV 11 April 1985 1986; (p. 128-145) Studies in Classic Australian Fiction 1997; (p. 9-31)
The Westering of Quasimodo : The Legacy of the Grotesque in the New World Michael Ackland , 2002 single work criticism
— Appears in: Departures : How Australia Reinvents Itself 2002; (p. 211-221, notes 298-299)
Examines the use of the grotesque in some Australian ("New World") writing and the way in which this differs from the European grotesque, particularly that of Victor Hugo.
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