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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 The Gendered Gothic : Dorothy Hewett’s Alice in Wormland
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'Dorothy Hewett and "zombies" are not generally found in the same sentence. However, Hewett liberally utilises Gothic tones and imagery in her poetry. These Gothic trappings do not serve only as motifs: they permeate the mood, conflicts and resolutions of Hewett's Alice in Wormland. This collection, published in 1987, combines pseudo-autobiographical elements with parody, mythology and morbid images to reach a strangely optimistic resolution.'

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