Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 Romanticism, Nationalism and the Myth of the Popular in William Lane's The Workingman's Paradise
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The author argues "that William Lane's 1892 socialist-realist novel ... is paradigmatically Romantic, and ... is one of those texts that embarrasses a cultural nationalism still convinced of the progressiveness of its agenda ...making visible a much more pervasive relationship between Australian nationalism, its socialist variant and the White Australia Policy." (p.2)

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1-12; notes151 Romanticism, Nationalism and the Myth of the Popular in William Lane's The Workingman's ParadiseAustLit Journal of Australian Studies
[181]-188 Romanticism, Nationalism and the Myth of the Popular in William Lane's The Workingman's ParadiseAustLit
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