Christina Stead's Satire and the Public Sphere
Keywords:Christina Stead, satire
AbstractThis article argues that Stead uses the techniques of the satirist to engage with the public sphere. It references A Little Tea, A Little Chat, The People with the Dogs and I'm Dying Laughing.
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