Ken Inglis Postgraduate Prize Winner 2012: 'Australians who come over here are apt to consider themselves quite large people': The Body and Australian Identity in Interwar London
During the 1920s and 1930s, it was believed that an Australian physical 'type' had developed under the bright antipodean skies, superior in size and appearance to its English counterpart. When Australians visited the metropole, therefore, locals and visit
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