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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 Reading Literatures in English without Theory
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In his introduction, Ross writes, 'reading Voss changed my life' (48). Ross's study of White's fiction led him to read other Australian literature and to his becoming an 'Australian specialist,' who helped establish the North American journal Antipodes. His article asks a number of questions regarding the application of post-colonial theory to recent novels from post-colonial nations.

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    y separately published work icon Critics and Writers Speak : Revisioning Post-Colonial Studies Igor Maver (editor), Lanham : Lexington Books , 2006 Z1362652 2006 anthology criticism 'This book of new critical essays and interviews [...] provides a forum for discussion, revision and interrogation of the current practice of post-colonial studies, intervening in the current debates on post-colonialim by looking at a number of literary case studies within the context of the former British Empire' (2). The three interviews are with Peter Carey, Trinh T. Minh-ha, and Opal Palmer Adisa. Lanham : Lexington Books , 2006 pg. 48-55
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