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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 The Ghost and the Machine: Creative Writing and the Academic System
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"This paper, first delivered at the AAWP Conference 'Lighting the Fuse' in Adelaide 1998, is in roughly three parts. The first is a necessarily roundabout approach to what I mean by "The Ghost": it is not Creative Writing as such, but it inhabits and animates it. The second involves a definition of "The Machine" which, likewise, is not the academic system of my subtitle, but relates to it. The third part of my paper focuses on the subtitle itself: Creative Writing and the Academic System."--Author's abstract

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