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Issue Details: First known date: 2007... 2007 A Not So Innocent Vision : Re-Visiting the Literary Works of Ellen Liston, Jane Sarah Doudy and Myrtle Rose White (1838-1961)
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'This thesis examines various literary works by three little known writers, Ellen Liston, Jane Sarah Doudy and Myrtle Rose White between the years 1838-1961 and investigates how they used prescriptive ideas on race, nation, landscape, domesticity and progress to advance notions of successful settlement in South Australia.' Source: (Sighted 30/06/2009).


  • Thesis (Ph.D.), University of Adelaide, School of Social Sciences, Discipline of Gender, Work and Social Inquiry, 2007.

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      Adelaide, South Australia,: 2007 .
      Extent: vi, 452 leavesp.
      • Bibliography: leaves 423-452.
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