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McCallum examines "the narrative strategies used by Macdonald [in Speaking to Miranda] to represent the complex processes through which subjectivity is constructed out of a range of appropriated discourses, images, voices, memories and desires".
Based on a talk presented at the Association for the Study of Australian Literature Conference held at Ballarat University College in 1992.
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