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Issue Details: First known date: 1992... 1992 Biography, Psychobiography and Cultural Space
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James Walter surveys recent Australian life writing and comments on the debate regarding psychobiography, focusing on responses to Anson's biography of Bob Hawke. He asks whether the uneasiness which pychobiography provokes in Australia may be attributed to "the defensiveness of the colonial and neo-colonial past' (286).

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