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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 Transgressing the Genre Coherence in Bliss, Illywhacker, and Oscar and Lucinda
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'This paper investigates Carey's art of narration and the ways in which he juggles the roles of savage satirist, fantastic surrealist and great entertainer in a uniquely impressive manner ...' (183-184).

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183-196 Transgressing the Genre Coherence in Bliss, Illywhacker, and Oscar and Lucindasmall AustLit logo The Commonwealth Review
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