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In paying tribute to Dorothy Green, Sheridan recalls the generation of women writers and artists who emerged in the 1940s and 1950s, their social visions and their contributions to progressive cultural politics and artistic achievements during the Cold War years.

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  • Dorothy Green Memorial Lecture, given at the Association for Australian Literature (ASAL) Annual Conference in Melbourne, July 2001

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