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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 Meta-Medievalism and the Future of the Past in the 'Australian Girl' Novel
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'Through an examination of works by four late nineteenth-century women writers ... which explores their differing intersections with medievalism as a temporal discourse, this essay will discuss the discourse's unique capacity to probe colonial gender and colonial ideologies via its oscillation between premodernity and modernity' (p.70).

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69-85 Meta-Medievalism and the Future of the Past in the 'Australian Girl' Novelsmall AustLit logo Australian Literary Studies
69-85 Meta-Medievalism and the Future of the Past in the 'Australian Girl' Novelsmall AustLit logo Australian Literary Studies
Subjects:
  • 1800-1899
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