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Issue Details: First known date: 1990... 1990 How Real is Sam Pollit? 'Dramatic Truth and 'Proces-Verbal' in 'The Man Who Loved Children'
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    y separately published work icon Contemporary Literature vol. 31 no. 4 1990 Z1559926 1990 periodical issue 1990 pg. 499-511
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    y separately published work icon The Magic Phrase : Critical Essays on Christina Stead Margaret Harris (editor), St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2000 Z556730 2000 anthology criticism

    'Christina Stead (1902-83) is regarded worldwide as one of Australia's greatest novelists. The New Yorker called her "the most extraordinary woman novelist produced by the English-speaking race since Virginia Woolf". This is the first volume to provide an overview of Stead criticism, including pioneering 'classic' essays and critical literature from the 1980s and '90s by a range of Australian, North American and English critics.' (Publication summary)

    St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2000
    pg. 163-173, notes 275-277
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163-173, notes 275-277 How Real is Sam Pollit? 'Dramatic Truth and 'Proces-Verbal' in 'The Man Who Loved Children'small AustLit logo
499-511 How Real is Sam Pollit? 'Dramatic Truth and 'Proces-Verbal' in 'The Man Who Loved Children'small AustLit logo Contemporary Literature
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