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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... vol. 32 no. 1-2 2005 of Journal of the Department of English est. 1964 Journal of the Department of English
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* Contents derived from the 2005 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Reading Carey Reading Malley, Bill Ashcroft , single work criticism (p. 38-51)
Reconciling the Accounts : Jack Davis, Judith Wright, A. D. Hope, Bruce Bennett , single work criticism
The author re-considers the work of three writers who 'represent distinct intellectual, artistic and socio-political traditions which at certain points seem to clash and conflict. Each has a distinctive literary voice and presence. All three have made major contributions to Australian literary culture from different parts of the country.'
(p. 52-70)
Australia After All? : Mary Gilmore's Relocation of the Visionary Just Community, Jennifer Strauss , single work criticism biography (p. 71-85)
Re-mapping the Heterotopic: A Study of Peter Goldsworthy's Three Dog Night, Deb Narayan Bandyopadhyay , single work criticism (p. 101-111)
Skating on Thin Paper: A Journey in the Guise of a Twentieth Century Australian Woman Writer, Odette Kelada , single work criticism (p. 112-131)
Contemporary Australian Short Narratives: An Indian Reader's Perception, S. K. Sareen , single work criticism (p. 132-142)
How British Are We?, Andrew Hassam , single work review
— Review of Made in England : Australia's British Inheritance David Malouf , 2003 single work essay ;
(p. 143-150)
Australian Abroad : Negotiating Culture, Re-Locating Self, Sanjukta Dasgupta , single work criticism (p. 151-158)
Triple Ambivalence : Australia, Canada and South Asia in the Diasporic Imagination, Makarand Paranjape , single work criticism
Focussing on 'the dialectics of longing and belonging', this article examines the ways in which 'diasporic fictions' relate to their homelands. It compares texts and attitudes in three continents: North America, South Asia and Australia. Part I of the article deals with the Australia-Asia relationship and has two sections: 'Australian Attitudes to Asia' and 'Asian Accounts of Australia'. Part II discusses 'South Asian Canada'.
(p. 232-260)

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