'Me is not a stable reality' : negotiations of identity in the poetry of Dorothy Auchterlonie, Rosemary Dobson, Dorothy Hewett and J.S. Harry
In recent years, scholars have paid considerable attention to Australian women's fiction, resulting in a thorough re-assessment of the canon.Many of Australia's most accomplished women poets, however, have not received adequate critical attention, and available statistics suggest that there is still a marked bias in favour of Australian male poets. This thesis considers the work of several poets who, while recognised as significant in our cultural heritage, have not been the subject of a body...[Show more]
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