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Reading Down Under : Australian Literary Studies Reader - Edited by Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal
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Edited by Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal:
Reading Down Under : Australian Literary Studies Reader - copertina rigida, flessible

2009, ISBN: 8190228218

ID: 1386151821

[EAN: 9788190228213], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: SSS Pub], Contents: Acknowledgements. Preface: Literary Australias/Bill Ashcroft. Foreword: Little cultures, local histories and national literatures/J.V. D'Cruz. Introduction: Reading down under: Australian literary studies and India/Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal. I. Entering Australian Literature: 1. Allusive rhetoric of nationality: Development of Australian literature from 1890s to 1980s/Patrick Buckridge. 2. A new fictional mode: Modernism in Australian novel/Anisur Rahman. 3. Impostures and poetry wars: Notes on nationalism, modernism and Australian poetry of the late twentieth century/Laurie Duggan. 4. Australian theatre: Looking back from a new millennium/Peter Fitzpatrick. 5. Australian and Indian dawns of Realism in fiction: A comparative approach/Didier Coste and Maya Boutaghou-Coste. 6. In the age of the Internet: Australian literature and research practices/Kerry Kilner. II. The Critical Scene: 1. Critics, writers, intellectuals: Australian Literature and its criticism/David Carter. 2. Did reading change? -- Post-colonial criticism in Australia/Leigh Dale. 3. Australian feminism: Women writers and literary studies/Susan Sheridan. 4. A critique of ecocriticism: The ecological in Australian literature and criticism/Tony Hughes-d'Aeth. 5. Australian indigenous studies: A question of discipline/N. Martin Nakata. 6. Disciplining Asian Australian Studies: projections and interjections/Jacqueline Lo. 7. Reading by numbers: Gender, class, education and literary culture in Australia/Tony Bennett, Michael Emmison and John Frow. III. Reading Aboriginal: 1. Postcolonial "Testimonio": Reading aboriginal narratives/Pramod K. Nayar. 2. Aboriginal poetry now: From dramatic monologue to hip hop and rap/Penny van Toorn. 3. Indigenous Australian Drama: Decolonising Australian stages/Maryorse Casey. 4. Aboriginal short stories: Performativity and Aboriginality in David Unaipon's writing/Benjamin Miller. 5. When they write that we read: unsettling indigenous Australian life-writing/Michele Grossman. 6. Female Aboriginal narratives: Helping reshape Australia/Belinda Wheeler. IV. Multicultural Realms: 1. Theorizing multicultural literatures: Ukrainian writing in Australia/Sonia Mycak. 2. Italian Australian Literature: A CALD perspective of migration and life down under/Gaetano Rando. 3. Writing Chinese Diaspora: After "The White Australia Policy"/Deborah L. Madsen. 4. Re-defining parameters: Greek-Australian Literature/Hariclea Zengos. 5. Under the southern skies: Jewish writers in Australia/Susan Jacobowitz. 6. From the great plains to the Great Southern Land: Hungarian Migrant Literature in Australia/Victoria Nagy. 7. Diasporic literary sensibility and creativity: Slovene migrant literature in Australia/Igor Maver. 8. Generation V: The search for Vietnamese Australia/Hoa Pham and Scott Brook. V. Exploring Genres -I: 1. The mythology of exploration: Australian explorers' journals/Paul Genoni. 2. Going public: A decade of Australian autobiography/David McCooey. 3. "Legends of the terrible, laughing men": The Australian Literature of War/Robin Gerster. 4. The Kangaroo Gargoyles: Footnotes to an Australian gothic script/Gerry Turcotte. 5. Literary ecoconsciousness: Tasmanian nature writing and ecocriticism/C.A. Cranston. 6. A Raj connection: Anglo-Indian fiction in Australia/Ralph Crane. 7. Colonial to global: Expatriation in Australia's diasporic story/Stephen Alomes. Exploring Genres-II: 1. Forgotten books: A century of popular Australian fiction/Toni Johnson-Woods. 2. Australian Odysseys: Modern myths of travel/Richard White. 3. Feminists talk about sisterhood: I do not know how deeply they feel it": Australian mass market romance novels and their critics/Juliet Flesch. 4. From the antipodes: The beginnings of Australian crime fiction/Lucy Sussex. 5. A new province for wonder: Science fiction in Australia/Russel Blackford. 6. For little Australians: Australian children's literature/Alice Mills. 7. Colonial ghosts and modern terrors: An overview o

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Edited by Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal:
Reading Down Under : Australian Literary Studies Reader - copertina rigida, flessible

2009, ISBN: 8190228218

ID: 1386151821

[EAN: 9788190228213], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: SSS Pub], Contents: Acknowledgements. Preface: Literary Australias/Bill Ashcroft. Foreword: Little cultures, local histories and national literatures/J.V. D'Cruz. Introduction: Reading down under: Australian literary studies and India/Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal. I. Entering Australian Literature: 1. Allusive rhetoric of nationality: Development of Australian literature from 1890s to 1980s/Patrick Buckridge. 2. A new fictional mode: Modernism in Australian novel/Anisur Rahman. 3. Impostures and poetry wars: Notes on nationalism, modernism and Australian poetry of the late twentieth century/Laurie Duggan. 4. Australian theatre: Looking back from a new millennium/Peter Fitzpatrick. 5. Australian and Indian dawns of Realism in fiction: A comparative approach/Didier Coste and Maya Boutaghou-Coste. 6. In the age of the Internet: Australian literature and research practices/Kerry Kilner. II. The Critical Scene: 1. Critics, writers, intellectuals: Australian Literature and its criticism/David Carter. 2. Did reading change? -- Post-colonial criticism in Australia/Leigh Dale. 3. Australian feminism: Women writers and literary studies/Susan Sheridan. 4. A critique of ecocriticism: The ecological in Australian literature and criticism/Tony Hughes-d'Aeth. 5. Australian indigenous studies: A question of discipline/N. Martin Nakata. 6. Disciplining Asian Australian Studies: projections and interjections/Jacqueline Lo. 7. Reading by numbers: Gender, class, education and literary culture in Australia/Tony Bennett, Michael Emmison and John Frow. III. Reading Aboriginal: 1. Postcolonial "Testimonio": Reading aboriginal narratives/Pramod K. Nayar. 2. Aboriginal poetry now: From dramatic monologue to hip hop and rap/Penny van Toorn. 3. Indigenous Australian Drama: Decolonising Australian stages/Maryorse Casey. 4. Aboriginal short stories: Performativity and Aboriginality in David Unaipon's writing/Benjamin Miller. 5. When they write that we read: unsettling indigenous Australian life-writing/Michele Grossman. 6. Female Aboriginal narratives: Helping reshape Australia/Belinda Wheeler. IV. Multicultural Realms: 1. Theorizing multicultural literatures: Ukrainian writing in Australia/Sonia Mycak. 2. Italian Australian Literature: A CALD perspective of migration and life down under/Gaetano Rando. 3. Writing Chinese Diaspora: After "The White Australia Policy"/Deborah L. Madsen. 4. Re-defining parameters: Greek-Australian Literature/Hariclea Zengos. 5. Under the southern skies: Jewish writers in Australia/Susan Jacobowitz. 6. From the great plains to the Great Southern Land: Hungarian Migrant Literature in Australia/Victoria Nagy. 7. Diasporic literary sensibility and creativity: Slovene migrant literature in Australia/Igor Maver. 8. Generation V: The search for Vietnamese Australia/Hoa Pham and Scott Brook. V. Exploring Genres -I: 1. The mythology of exploration: Australian explorers' journals/Paul Genoni. 2. Going public: A decade of Australian autobiography/David McCooey. 3. "Legends of the terrible, laughing men": The Australian Literature of War/Robin Gerster. 4. The Kangaroo Gargoyles: Footnotes to an Australian gothic script/Gerry Turcotte. 5. Literary ecoconsciousness: Tasmanian nature writing and ecocriticism/C.A. Cranston. 6. A Raj connection: Anglo-Indian fiction in Australia/Ralph Crane. 7. Colonial to global: Expatriation in Australia's diasporic story/Stephen Alomes. Exploring Genres-II: 1. Forgotten books: A century of popular Australian fiction/Toni Johnson-Woods. 2. Australian Odysseys: Modern myths of travel/Richard White. 3. Feminists talk about sisterhood: I do not know how deeply they feel it": Australian mass market romance novels and their critics/Juliet Flesch. 4. From the antipodes: The beginnings of Australian crime fiction/Lucy Sussex. 5. A new province for wonder: Science fiction in Australia/Russel Blackford. 6. For little Australians: Australian children's literature/Alice Mills. 7. Colonial ghosts and modern terrors: An overview o

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Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal:
Reading Down Under : Australian Literary Studies Reader - copertina rigida, flessible

2009, ISBN: 8190228218

ID: 1386151821

[EAN: 9788190228213], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: SSS Pub, New Delhi], 61216, Contents Acknowledgements. Preface Literary Australias/Bill Ashcroft. Foreword Little cultures local histories and national literatures/J.V. D'Cruz. Introduction Reading down under Australian literary studies and India/Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal. I. Entering Australian Literature 1. Allusive rhetoric of nationality Development of Australian literature from 1890s to 1980s/Patrick Buckridge. 2. A new fictional mode Modernism in Australian novel/Anisur Rahman. 3. Impostures and poetry wars Notes on nationalism modernism and Australian poetry of the late twentieth century/Laurie Duggan. 4. Australian theatre Looking back from a new millennium/Peter Fitzpatrick. 5. Australian and Indian dawns of Realism in fiction A comparative approach/Didier Coste and Maya Boutaghou Coste. 6. In the age of the Internet Australian literature and research practices/Kerry Kilner. II. The Critical Scene 1. Critics writers intellectuals Australian Literature and its criticism/David Carter. 2. Did reading change Post colonial criticism in Australia/Leigh Dale. 3. Australian feminism Women writers and literary studies/Susan Sheridan. 4. A critique of ecocriticism The ecological in Australian literature and criticism/Tony Hughes d'Aeth. 5. Australian indigenous studies A question of discipline/N. Martin Nakata. 6. Disciplining Asian Australian Studies projections and interjections/Jacqueline Lo. 7. Reading by numbers Gender class education and literary culture in Australia/Tony Bennett Michael Emmison and John Frow. III. Reading Aboriginal 1. Postcolonial Testimonio Reading aboriginal narratives/Pramod K. Nayar. 2. Aboriginal poetry now From dramatic monologue to hip hop and rap/Penny van Toorn. 3. Indigenous Australian Drama Decolonising Australian stages/Maryorse Casey. 4. Aboriginal short stories Performativity and Aboriginality in David Unaipon's writing/Benjamin Miller. 5. When they write that we read unsettling indigenous Australian life writing/Michele Grossman. 6. Female Aboriginal narratives Helping reshape Australia/Belinda Wheeler. IV. Multicultural Realms 1. Theorizing multicultural literatures Ukrainian writing in Australia/Sonia Mycak. 2. Italian Australian Literature A CALD perspective of migration and life down under/Gaetano Rando. 3. Writing Chinese Diaspora After The White Australia Policy /Deborah L. Madsen. 4. Re defining parameters Greek Australian Literature/Hariclea Zengos. 5. Under the southern skies Jewish writers in Australia/Susan Jacobowitz. 6. From the great plains to the Great Southern Land Hungarian Migrant Literature in Australia/Victoria Nagy. 7. Diasporic literary sensibility and creativity Slovene migrant literature in Australia/Igor Maver. 8. Generation V The search for Vietnamese Australia/Hoa Pham and Scott Brook. V. Exploring Genres I 1. The mythology of exploration Australian explorers journals/Paul Genoni. 2. Going public A decade of Australian autobiography/David McCooey. 3. Legends of the terrible laughing men The Australian Literature of War/Robin Gerster. 4. The Kangaroo Gargoyles Footnotes to an Australian gothic script/Gerry Turcotte. 5. Literary ecoconsciousness Tasmanian nature writing and ecocriticism/C.A. Cranston. 6. A Raj connection Anglo Indian fiction in Australia/Ralph Crane. 7. Colonial to global Expatriation in Australia's diasporic story/Stephen Alomes. Exploring Genres II 1. Forgotten books A century of popular Australian fiction/Toni Johnson Woods. 2. Australian Odysseys Modern myths of travel/Richard White. 3. Feminists talk about sisterhood I do not know how deeply they feel it Australian mass market romance novels and their critics/Juliet Flesch. 4. From the antipodes The beginnings of Australian crime fiction/Lucy Sussex. 5. A new province for wonder Science fiction in Australia/Russel Blackford. 6. For little Australians Australian children's literature/Alice Mills. 7. Colonial ghosts and modern terrors An overview of Australian horror fiction/Marty Young. 8. Antipodean inversions Queer

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Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal:
Reading Down Under : Australian Literary Studies Reader - copertina rigida, flessible

2009, ISBN: 8190228218

ID: 1386151821

[EAN: 9788190228213], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: SSS Pub, New Delhi], 61216, Contents Acknowledgements. Preface Literary Australias/Bill Ashcroft. Foreword Little cultures local histories and national literatures/J.V. D'Cruz. Introduction Reading down under Australian literary studies and India/Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal. I. Entering Australian Literature 1. Allusive rhetoric of nationality Development of Australian literature from 1890s to 1980s/Patrick Buckridge. 2. A new fictional mode Modernism in Australian novel/Anisur Rahman. 3. Impostures and poetry wars Notes on nationalism modernism and Australian poetry of the late twentieth century/Laurie Duggan. 4. Australian theatre Looking back from a new millennium/Peter Fitzpatrick. 5. Australian and Indian dawns of Realism in fiction A comparative approach/Didier Coste and Maya Boutaghou Coste. 6. In the age of the Internet Australian literature and research practices/Kerry Kilner. II. The Critical Scene 1. Critics writers intellectuals Australian Literature and its criticism/David Carter. 2. Did reading change Post colonial criticism in Australia/Leigh Dale. 3. Australian feminism Women writers and literary studies/Susan Sheridan. 4. A critique of ecocriticism The ecological in Australian literature and criticism/Tony Hughes d'Aeth. 5. Australian indigenous studies A question of discipline/N. Martin Nakata. 6. Disciplining Asian Australian Studies projections and interjections/Jacqueline Lo. 7. Reading by numbers Gender class education and literary culture in Australia/Tony Bennett Michael Emmison and John Frow. III. Reading Aboriginal 1. Postcolonial Testimonio Reading aboriginal narratives/Pramod K. Nayar. 2. Aboriginal poetry now From dramatic monologue to hip hop and rap/Penny van Toorn. 3. Indigenous Australian Drama Decolonising Australian stages/Maryorse Casey. 4. Aboriginal short stories Performativity and Aboriginality in David Unaipon's writing/Benjamin Miller. 5. When they write that we read unsettling indigenous Australian life writing/Michele Grossman. 6. Female Aboriginal narratives Helping reshape Australia/Belinda Wheeler. IV. Multicultural Realms 1. Theorizing multicultural literatures Ukrainian writing in Australia/Sonia Mycak. 2. Italian Australian Literature A CALD perspective of migration and life down under/Gaetano Rando. 3. Writing Chinese Diaspora After The White Australia Policy /Deborah L. Madsen. 4. Re defining parameters Greek Australian Literature/Hariclea Zengos. 5. Under the southern skies Jewish writers in Australia/Susan Jacobowitz. 6. From the great plains to the Great Southern Land Hungarian Migrant Literature in Australia/Victoria Nagy. 7. Diasporic literary sensibility and creativity Slovene migrant literature in Australia/Igor Maver. 8. Generation V The search for Vietnamese Australia/Hoa Pham and Scott Brook. V. Exploring Genres I 1. The mythology of exploration Australian explorers journals/Paul Genoni. 2. Going public A decade of Australian autobiography/David McCooey. 3. Legends of the terrible laughing men The Australian Literature of War/Robin Gerster. 4. The Kangaroo Gargoyles Footnotes to an Australian gothic script/Gerry Turcotte. 5. Literary ecoconsciousness Tasmanian nature writing and ecocriticism/C.A. Cranston. 6. A Raj connection Anglo Indian fiction in Australia/Ralph Crane. 7. Colonial to global Expatriation in Australia's diasporic story/Stephen Alomes. Exploring Genres II 1. Forgotten books A century of popular Australian fiction/Toni Johnson Woods. 2. Australian Odysseys Modern myths of travel/Richard White. 3. Feminists talk about sisterhood I do not know how deeply they feel it Australian mass market romance novels and their critics/Juliet Flesch. 4. From the antipodes The beginnings of Australian crime fiction/Lucy Sussex. 5. A new province for wonder Science fiction in Australia/Russel Blackford. 6. For little Australians Australian children's literature/Alice Mills. 7. Colonial ghosts and modern terrors An overview of Australian horror fiction/Marty Young. 8. Antipodean inversions Queer

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