Listening to the Imagined Sound of Contemporary Australian Literature
This Early Career Researcher keynote address examines three contemporary Australian books, Alexis Wright's Carpentaria (2006), Christos Tsiolkas's Barracuda (2013) and Alex Miller's Max (2020). The methodology of listening to 'imagine sound' is used to think through the Australian histories, spaces and identities that we see and hear in the books.
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