'Unexpected effects': marked men in contemporary Australian women's fiction
The consistency of the themes surrounding male damage in contemporary Australian women's fictions indicates the presence and nature of a discourse of masculinity crisis. Novels by Australian women published since the 1990s is used as a case study to open up discussion of this Australian trend and explore its similarities and differences to the American discourse of masculinity crisis.
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|Source:||Australian Literary Studies 22.4 (2006): 443-59|
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