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Issue Details: First known date: 1984... 1984 The Journal and Letters of Elizabeth Macarthur
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Doubled Document : Representing Race in Elizabeth Macarthur's Letter of March 1791 Anette Bremer , 2003 single work criticism
— Appears in: New Literatures Review , Winter no. 40 2003; (p. 57-72)
Elizabeth Macarthur's letter of March 7 1791 to her correspondent and friend Bridget Kindom offers 'a private history of the daily, intimate transactions between black and white.' Bremer's essay examines 'the entanglement of private and public, personal and colonial, points of view ... by first contextualising ... [the letter] in terms of colonial epistolary and women's writing (p.57).
Pathless Wilds : White Women, Walkin and Colonial Dis/Order Anette Bremer , 2000 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Studies , Summer vol. 15 no. 1 2000; (p. 95-110)
This article explores and contrasts the experiences of Elizabeth Macarthur and Elizabeth Spurrell in their engagement with colonial life, the Australian landscape and Aboriginal culture.
Doubled Document : Representing Race in Elizabeth Macarthur's Letter of March 1791 Anette Bremer , 2003 single work criticism
— Appears in: New Literatures Review , Winter no. 40 2003; (p. 57-72)
Elizabeth Macarthur's letter of March 7 1791 to her correspondent and friend Bridget Kindom offers 'a private history of the daily, intimate transactions between black and white.' Bremer's essay examines 'the entanglement of private and public, personal and colonial, points of view ... by first contextualising ... [the letter] in terms of colonial epistolary and women's writing (p.57).
Pathless Wilds : White Women, Walkin and Colonial Dis/Order Anette Bremer , 2000 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Studies , Summer vol. 15 no. 1 2000; (p. 95-110)
This article explores and contrasts the experiences of Elizabeth Macarthur and Elizabeth Spurrell in their engagement with colonial life, the Australian landscape and Aboriginal culture.
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Subjects:
  • New South Wales,
  • 1788-1851
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