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The article examines the representation of colonial metropolitan and suburban Melbourne in Hume's novel. The author argues that the novel 'changes the way the white colony of Australia could be imagined, or romanced, at the imperial center' (129).
'This essay is expanded from an MLA session [Kipperman] chaired on Australian colonial literature in 2004' (136).
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