Vol 3 (2004)

Table of Contents

Preliminary pages

Preliminary pages
Barbara Milech
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1-4

Dorothy Green Memorial Lecture

Narrative Lives and Human Rights: Stolen Generation Narratives and the Ethics of Recognition
Kay Schaffer
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5-26

Reviews

Reviews
Penny van Toorn, Carol Merli, Christy Collis, Andrew McCann, Bridie McCarthy, Liz Parsons, Paul Sharrad
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173-200

Articles

Boundary Work: Australian Literary Studies in the Field of Knowledge Production
Robert Dixon
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27-44
Sex, Soap and Sainthood: Beginning to Theorise Literary Celebrity
Wenche Ommundsen
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45-56
Fakes, Literary Identity and Public Culture
Maria Takolander, David McCooey
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57-66
Elizabeth Jolley, Mr Berrington and the Resistance to Monogamy
Barbara Milech
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67-80
The Wood from the Trees: Taxonomy and the Eucalypt as the New National Hero in Recent Australian Writing
Susan K. Martin
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81-94
Disorienting Horizons: Encountering the Past in Chloe Hooper's A Child's Book of True Crime
Emily Potter
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95-102
Label and Literature: Borders and Spaces in Postcolonial Migrant Literature in Australia
Sabina Hussain
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103-116
Multiculturalism, Globalisation and Worldliness: Origin and Destination of the Text
Inez Baranay
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117-132
Windshuttling The Right: Some Australian Literary and Historical Adaptations for the Stage
Helen Thomson
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133-142
Words of Water: Reading Otherness in Tourmaline and Oyster
Bernadette Brennan
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143-158
'Art is the Windowpane': Novels of Australian Women and Modernism in Inter-war Europe
Paul Genoni
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159-172