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Issue Details: First known date: 2002... 2002 'Reading the 'Remembered World' : Carceral Architecture and Cultural Mnemonics in Peter Carey's Illywhacker
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Author's abstract: This essay explores linkages between architecture and memory in the context of Australia's penal-colonial past and postcolonial present. Examining how built spaces 'house' the past, the essay reads the carceral architecture in Peter Carey's Illywhacker as a counter-memory, a haunting reminder that the edifice of Australia has been built on (cryptic) lies

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    y separately published work icon Mosaic vol. 35 no. 4 December 2002 Z1099215 2002 periodical issue 2002 pg. 17-34
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17-34 'Reading the 'Remembered World' : Carceral Architecture and Cultural Mnemonics in Peter Carey's Illywhackersmall AustLit logo Mosaic
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