Along gender lines: reassessing relationships between Australian novels, gender and genre from 1930-2006.
"In 1998, Elizabeth Webby professed a widely accepted account of contemporary Australian literary history. During the 1970s, Australian literature emerged from a period of 'masculinist' conservatism into a 'golden age', manifested in a marked increase in 'Australian publishing and the promotion of Australian literature' and the proliferation of authors other than White Anglo-Celtic Males or 'WACMs'. By the late 1990s, however, the combined impact of 'economic rationalism' and 'globalisation'...[Show more]
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|Source:||Australian Literary Studies (Special issue: Manifesting Literary Feminisms : Nexus and Faultlines) 24.3-4 (2009): 79-95|
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