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Fact and Fiction : Readings in Australian Literature

Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal

ISBN 10: 8172734336 / ISBN 13: 9788172734336
Published by Authorspress, Delhi, 2008
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Contents Acknowledgements. Preface Comprehension without closure Australian studies for the Twenty first century/Nicholas Birns. 1. Introduction an Indian Ocean outlook Australian studies in Australia and India/Richard Nile. 2. Additive exile in David Martin The necessary other that makes for place and home/J.V. D'Cruj and William Steele. 3. Fictional reality strikes back C.J. Koch's novels from fiction to friction/Jean Francois Vernary. 4. Colonisation convicts and national convictions C.J. Koch's Out of Ireland and Kate Grenville's The secret river/Dunya Lindsey. 5. The core of reality Mandala as a leitmotif in Patrick white's fiction/Krishna Barua. 6. A world the shape of an eye Gerald Murnane's The Plains and benedicts de Spinoz/Patrick West. 7. Apparitions of desire Homo Eros in Elizabeth Jolley's fiction/Anneta Rajendran. 8. When the fact becomes fiction Ned Kelly his letters and those films/Stephen Gaunson. 9. Extinction resistance and rebirth The representation of aboriginality in the timeless land the Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith and Benang/Isabelle Benigno. 10. Experimenting with aboriginality in theatre Jack Davis's The dreamers/Alessandra Senzani. 11. Exploration of indigenous fate in Terra incognita Philip McLaren's Scream Black Murder/Salhia Ben Messahel. 12. Linguistic damage Fear of other languages in David Malouf's works/Beverly Curran. 13. A breath out of the heart of the country The landscape of David Malouf/Jonathan Highfield. 14. We must laugh at one another or die Yasmine Gooneratne's A change of skies and South Asian Migrant identities/Chandani Lokuge. 15. Displacement and trans placement Jo E Ohar's Obiranje Limon/Igor Maver. 16. Appropriating national myths Brian Castro's birds of passage/Marilyne Brun. 17. Lost and (then) found the quest for home in Benang Tirra Lirra by the river and requiem for a rainbow/Reema Sarwal. 18. Message from the inside Multiculturalism in contemporary children's literature/Sharyn Pearce. 19. Reading kerry greenwood the fisher queen of Australian crime writing/Toni Johnson Woods. 20. In their different ways classics Arthur W. Upfield's detective fiction/Carol Hetherington. 21. Writing the land Western Australia as textual space in Tim Winton's Dirt Music/Malathy Anandavalli. 22. The poet as a public critic A study of Christopher Brennan/Phillip A. Ellis. 23. Once more with feeling the strange history of Manning Clark/Mark Mckenna. 24. Becoming postcolonial getting lost for a while with Stephen Muecke's No road and remaking Australia/Lisa Slater. 25. The politics of diasporic desire a study of Vijay Mishra's key works/Gunjeet Aurora. 26. Afterword reminiscence Monsoon semester JNU New Delhi 1989/Richard Hosking. Contributors. Index. 408 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 71410

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