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Who's Who (Paperback)

Carrie Dawson

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ISBN 10: 0702235237 / ISBN 13: 9780702235238
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Paperback. No Marketing Blurb Brings together for the first time essays that consider a range of high-profile cases of literary hoaxing, identity crisis or imposture in Australian literature. Critics.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 200 pages. 0.400. Bookseller Inventory # 9780702235238

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Title: Who's Who (Paperback)

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

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The names Ern Malley, Wanda Koolmatrie, Helen Demidenko, Norma Khouri, Marlo Morgan and - in different ways - Mudrooroo, are all associated with identity scandals that have gained international prominence. Popular authors like 'Carter Brown' and 'Nino Culotta', who have sold millions of copies of books, have had their identities created and then called into question through the exigencies of the publishing industry, while writers like Peter Carey and Joseph Furphy have thematised imposture and hoaxing in their fiction. Who's Who? brings together for the first time essays that consider a range of high-profile cases of literary hoaxing, identity crisis or imposture in Australian literature. Critics explore the history of hoaxing and imposture, and consider the cultural and political issues at stake. Read together, these essays offer a map of identity crises in Australian literary culture, allowing us to see the complexities of, and the many differences between, individual cases. Contributors: Bill Ashcroft, Alice Brittan, David Carter, Maureen Clark, Carrie Dawson, Susanna Egan, Cath Ellis, Terry Goldie, Toni Johnson-Woods, Sonia Mycak, Marguerite Nolan and Gillian Whitlock.

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