Land and Identity in Barbara Hanrahan's Writing

Elaine Lindsay

Abstract


The paper argues that Hanrahan, rather than taking her identity from the landscape that was presented to her by the dominant culture, actually created, or at least shaped, a landscape in which she would be at home. It refers to The Scent of Eucalyptus and Hanrahan's prints and paintings.

Keywords


Barbara Hanrahan; women's writing; autobiography; visual art

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