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Issue Details: First known date: 2012... 2012 Ambiguity in Alexis Wright’s Plains of Promise
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'This paper examines the critical reception of Alexis Wright's Plains of Promise as a piece of magical realism, and suggests that it should be read as something of a preparatory text for Wright's later and more highly acclaimed work, Carpentaria.' (Author's abstract)



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