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Issue Details: First known date: 2003... 2003 The Figure of Woman and the Fantasy of the Modern Australian Nation : Travelling to the 'Empty Centre'
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The article offers 'a Lacanian analysis of the function of Woman in Murnane's The Plains, a novel which is itself preoccupied with the use made of the image of Woman in the reproduction of prevailing national fantasies' (273).

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273-283 The Figure of Woman and the Fantasy of the Modern Australian Nation : Travelling to the 'Empty Centre'small AustLit logo Australian Feminist Studies
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