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Issue Details: First known date: 1984... 1984 Women and Literary Production : Canada and Australia
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Considers the relative presence/absence of women in literary production in English Canada and Australia through an anlysis of the production and legitimation of fiction between 1970 and 1979. 'While its central problem - the prominence of women writers in English Canada and their relative neglect in Australia - is substantively located in Australian-Canadian studies, [the article's] general concern is with "women's place" in cultural production, and the relation between cultural production and the social, historical, and economic structures in which it occurs' (70).

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Titled 'Women and Literary Production' in Australian / Canadian Literatures in English
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70-83 Women and Literary Production : Canada and Australiasmall AustLit logo Australian-Canadian Studies
133-150 Women and Literary Production : Canada and Australiasmall AustLit logo