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'In Re-writing Suburbia, Emily Bullock brings that often rejected space to bear on considerations of the urban. Tying the suburban to dreams of home ownership and to dreams of nationness, Bullock finds in Suneeta Peres da Costa's recent novel Homework a textual space that subverts the suburban Australian dream without re-invigorating the urban-suburban binary.' [From 'Editorial: The Issue of the Urban,' by Laurie Johnson and Shelley Kulperger, which opens this issue of M/C Journal]

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  • Homework Suneeta Peres da Costa , 1999 single work novel
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