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Rahman argues that in writing 'The Shadow of Fire' sequence, Wright exhibited a 'major variation on the style of her later poetry. In writing her ghazal she has written a new kind of poem, and in writing that poem she has evolved a new ghazal.'
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yAustralian Studies Now : An Introductory Reader in Australian StudiesAndrew Hassam
New Delhi:Indialog Publications,2007Z14009162007anthology criticism prose Australian Studies Now introduces to an Indian readership many of the best scholars writing on Australia today. Each essay engages with key debates relating to the society and culture of contemporary Australia. This is achieved through analysis of Australia's literature and history, as well as its cinema, theatre, education, its sports and its many religions. Australian Studies Now provides insight into such major topics as Australian nationalism, multiculturalism and Aboriginal Australia. Special attention is paid to Australia's relationship with South Asia. The collection also includes a section on Australian Studies in India.New Delhi:Indialog Publications,2007