"Australian fiction, like that of all nations, is written, published,
received and read in the context of a literary canon, both national and
transnational. In regards to women's fiction in Australia, this canon is
predominantly composed of writers from two particular eras: authors of the
nineteenth and early twentieth centuries (like Henry Handel Richardson, Miles
Franklin, Katharine Susannah Prichard and Christina Stead) and women writers
who came to prominence during the 1980s (like...[Show more]
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