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Alternative title: Contemporary Australian Literature
Issue Details: First known date: 1991... vol. 21 no. 1 Winter 1991 of Journal of Narrative Technique est. 1971 Journal of Narrative Technique
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Special issue with title 'Contemporary Australian Literature'.


* Contents derived from the 1991 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The World, the Text, and the Tourist : Murray Bail's Homesickness as a Guide to the Real, Wenche Ommundsen , single work criticism (p. 1-13)
Resisting the Mad Professor : Narrative and Metaphor in the Poetry of John Tranter, Andrew Taylor , single work criticism (p. 14-23)
Immigrant Writing Coming of Age? : The Getting of Genre in Angelika Fremd's Heartland, Efi Hatzimanolis , single work criticism (p. 24-31)
David Ireland's Novels : Australia, Community and the 'Illegality' of Fiction, Ken Gelder , single work criticism (p. 32-42)
Categorical Infringement : Australian Prose in the Eighties, Carolyn Bliss , single work criticism (p. 43-51)
Recasting History : Australian Bicentennial Writing, Kateryna Olijnyk Arthur , single work criticism (p. 52-61)
Only When I Laugh : Humour, Gender, and the Rewriting of Colonialism in Black Australian Fiction, Bill Perrett , single work criticism (p. 62-71)
Of Rhinos and Caryatids : The Dialogic Imperative in Jessica Anderson, Barbara Garlick , single work criticism (p. 72-78)
Autobiography : The Limitations of the Quest, Joan Newman , single work criticism (p. 83-97)
Two Eleatic Tales : John A. Scott, Seymour Chatman, and Some Occlusions of Narrative, Tony Thwaites , single work criticism (p. 98-120)
Marele Day's 'Cold Hard Bitch' : The Masculinist Imperatives of the Private-Eye Genre, Alison Littler , single work criticism (p. 121-135)
Do-It-Yourself, B. Y. O. and Australian Science Fiction, Marie MacLean , single work criticism (p. 136-142)

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