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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Country Matters in the Little (Southern Steel) Company
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A discussion of similarities in venue, time and pre-occupations (Australian cities' and industries' vulnerability to sea attack during WWII, 'cultural cringe' of the '1950s) in Eleanor Dark's The Little Company and Dymphna Cusack's Southern Steel, with reference to Cusack's defence of Australian literature and development of regional awareness in her Newcastle setting, and Dark's exploration of a new love for the Australian landscape, and the awareness of national history in both.

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    y separately published work icon LiNQ vol. 35 December 2008 Z1573023 2008 periodical issue 2008 pg. 78-94
Last amended 1 Apr 2009 13:03:33
78-94 Country Matters in the Little (Southern Steel) Companysmall AustLit logo LiNQ
Subjects:
  • Newcastle, Newcastle - Hunter Valley area, New South Wales,
  • Sydney, New South Wales,
  • ca. 1942
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