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The author demonstrates 'just a few ways in which Australian literary culture may be read in a post-colonial way, by addressing three critical post-colonial discourses: place, with its attendant principles of boundaries, mapping and naming; language; and history.' Source: Modern Australian Criticism and Theory (2010)

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    y separately published work icon Modern Australian Criticism and Theory Aodaliya wen xue pi ping he li lun Wang Guanglin (editor), David Carter (editor), Qindao : China Ocean University Press , 2010 Z1715709 2010 anthology criticism

    'Modern Australian Criticism and Theory brings together a selection of contemporary essays on Australian literature and cultural studies written by leading Australian critics and theorists...

    The essays selected for this volume reflect upon the main critical and theoretical influences on the study of Australian literature and culture since the 1980s...' Source: Modern Australian Criticism and Theory (2010)

    Qindao : China Ocean University Press , 2010
    pg. 1-13
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