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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Tropical Flowers : Romancing North Queensland in Early Female Fiction and Poetry
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Cheryl Taylor discusses seven female writers who were inspired by and wrote about North Queensland. She concludes, in part, that 'the flower authors see tropical Queensland as a place of liberation for women.... where young female characters assert an identity freed from parental or marital restrictions'.

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  • Illustrated: includes portraits and book covers

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    y separately published work icon LiNQ vol. 36 2009 Z1706400 2009 periodical issue Pop Goes the Region 2009 pg. 135-160
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135-160 Tropical Flowers : Romancing North Queensland in Early Female Fiction and Poetrysmall AustLit logo LiNQ
Subjects:
  • North Queensland, Queensland,
  • 1899-1937
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