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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 Turned Upside Down? Dickens's Australia and Peter Carey's Jack Maggs
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Discusses post-colonial perspectives in and Jack Maggs and Miss Peabody's Inheritance and explores the postcolonial response to Dickens in both novels.

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    y separately published work icon Postcolonial Con-Texts : Writing Back to the Canon John Thieme , New York (State) London : Continuum , 2001 Z980923 2001 multi chapter work criticism This study provides an overview of ' writing back', of the relationship between postcolonial writing and the 'canon'.It examines postcolonial texts and locates them within their particular social and cultural backgrounds. New York (State) London : Continuum , 2001 pg. 102-126
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