Vol 2 (2003)

Table of Contents

Preliminary pages

Preliminary pages
Barbara Milech
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1-4

Christina Stead Centenary Essays

Christina Stead at 100
Margaret Harris
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5-12
Christina Stead and the Synecdochic Scam: The Little Hotel
Judith Kegan Gardiner
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13-28
Crossing the Rubicon: Abjection and Revolution in Christina Stead's I'm Dying Laughing
Brigid Rooney
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29-40
Christina Stead's Last Book: The Novel and the Best-Seller
Susan Sheridan
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41-52
Whatever Happened to Coppelius? Antecedents and Design in Christina Stead's The Salzburg Tales
Michael Ackland
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53-66
The Totally Incredible Obscenity of Letty Fox
Nicole Moore
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67-80
Christina Stead's Workshop in the Novel: How to Write a 'Novel of Strife'
Susan Lever
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81-92
A Note on Christina Stead and China
Jianjun Li
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93-98
Christina Stead in Japanese
Margaret Harris
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99-104

Dorothy Green Memorial Lecture

Gertrude and Elizabeth: Letters, Lives and Fictions
Delys Bird
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105-120

Articles

Constructing Aboriginality: Archibald Meston's Literary Journalism, 1870-1924
Cheryl Taylor
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121-140
"The Colour of Your Moustache" Or Have Feminists Always Been Humourless
Susan Magarey
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141-156
Writing in "A Fairy Story Landscape": Fairy Tales and Contemporary Australian Fiction
Lisa M. Fiander
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157-166
Homelands vs "The Tropics": Crossing the Line
Lyn Jacobs
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167-178

Reviews

Reviews
Frances Devlin Glass, Andrew McCann, Ken Gelder, Chris Hill, Rachael Weaver, Peter Kirkpatrick
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179-200