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Australian Literary Studies (Als) Vol 23, No. 2: New Reckonings: Essays In Honour Of Elizabeth Webby




Australian Literary Studies (Als) Vol 23, No. 2: New Reckonings: Essays In Honour Of Elizabeth Webby

Author: Brigid Rooney   Leigh Dale  



Australian Literary Studies is the only journal exclusively devoted to critical studies of Australian literature. It provides an open forum of discussion of Australian writing, past and present, and includes critical, biographical and historical materials as well as regular, up-to-date bibliographies of current work in the field of Australian literature. Edited by Dr Leigh Dale from the School of English, Media Studies and Art History at the University of Queensland, the journal is published twice a year. An important feature of ALS is the main bibliographic guide to studies in Australian literature: the Annual bibliography published in every May issue. ALS is essential to all those working in the field of Australian Literary Studies; Australian Studies; Australian History and Politics; as well as people involved with current affairs; working journalists and writers; secondary school teachers; and arts administrators. Subscribe Now
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