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Issue Details: First known date: 1940-1949... 1940-1949 Love in Malaya
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Sydney, New South Wales,: Currawong , ca. 1940-1949 .
      person or book cover
      Scanned for the Australian Pulp Fiction Industry project.
      Extent: 80p.
      Series: Currawong Book Currawong (publisher), series - publisher

Works about this Work

Sang Kanchil Meets Sime Darby : Drawing New Postcolonial Boundaries in the Asia-Pacific Paul Sharrad , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Kunapipi , vol. 32 no. 1-2 2010; (p. 9-29)
This article sketches shifts from postcolonial to diasporic/transnational frameworks and then considers some interactions with ecocriticism. Postcolonial analysis inspects relations between Asia and the Pacific hidden in labels such as 'the Asia Pacific region. Malaysia's investment in oil palm an logging is one keyt component, and colonial attitudes to nature and natives in Hugh Clifford's writing are compared to the environmentalist theme in Sharmini Flint's detective fiction. [from Kunapipi 32,1-2, Abstracts, pp. 245]
Sang Kanchil Meets Sime Darby : Drawing New Postcolonial Boundaries in the Asia-Pacific Paul Sharrad , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Kunapipi , vol. 32 no. 1-2 2010; (p. 9-29)
This article sketches shifts from postcolonial to diasporic/transnational frameworks and then considers some interactions with ecocriticism. Postcolonial analysis inspects relations between Asia and the Pacific hidden in labels such as 'the Asia Pacific region. Malaysia's investment in oil palm an logging is one keyt component, and colonial attitudes to nature and natives in Hugh Clifford's writing are compared to the environmentalist theme in Sharmini Flint's detective fiction. [from Kunapipi 32,1-2, Abstracts, pp. 245]
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