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Journal of the South Pacific Assoc for Cwlth Lit and Language Studies
Number 32 (1992)

Edited by Jenny de Reuck & Hugh Webb

Jenny de Reuck & Hugh Webb, Postcolonial Texts?


Amanda Nettlebeck, 'The Two Halves': Questions of Post-Colonial Theory and Practice in Christopher Koch's The Year of Living Dangerously

M.D. Fletcher, Post-Colonial Peter Carey

Phil Roe, Sybyllascape : Language and Landscape - Intervening in the Historical Space of Literary Narrative

Hugh Webb, Doin' the Post-Colonial Story? Neidjie, Narogin and the Aboriginal Narrative Intervention...

John Fielder, Postcoloniality and Mudrooroo Narogin's Ideology of Aboriginality

Suzanne Baker, Magic Realism as a Postcolonial Strategy: The Kadaitcha Sung

Kathryn Trees, My Place as Counter-Memory

Vijay Mishra, Satendra Nandan: The Wounded Sea

Dennis Haskell, 'People, Traffic and Concrete': Perceptions of the City in Modern Singaporean Poetry


Sun and Moon Alamgir Hashmi 9
Speaking to You Mark Truslove 41
Contemplating Greenough Time 42
Lilith Spies on Adam and Eve John Kinsella 64
Ringwallbilder 65
Naming Riemke Ensing 75
Interior 76
Fictions 77


Peter Alcock: Russell Haley. THE TRANSFER STATION. Nagare Press, 1989

Amanda Heptinstall: Mary Fallon. WORKING HOT. Sybylla Press, Melbourne, 1989: A re-writing/reading.

Chris Floyd: David Marr. PATRICK WHITE: A LIFE. Random House Australia, Milson's Point, 1991.

Christopher Ward: Jack Davis, Stephen Muecke, Mudrooroo Narogin and Adam Shoemaker (eds.). PAPERBARK: A COLLECTION OF BLACK AUSTRALIAN WRITINGS, UQP, St. Lucia, 1990.

Maria Degabriele: Drusilla Modjeska. POPPY . McPhee Gribble, Ringwood, 1990.

Max Richards: Mark Williams (ed.). THE CAXTON PRESS ANTHOLOGY: NEW ZEALAND POETRY 1972-1986 . The Caxton Press, Christchurch, 1987; Murray Edmond and Mary Paul (eds.). THE NEW POETS: INITIATIVES IN NEW ZEALAND POETRY, Allen & Unwin/ Port Nicholson Press, Wellington, 1987; Miriama Evans, Harvey McQueen and Ian Wedde (eds.), THE PENGUIN BOOK OF CONTEMPORARY NEW ZEALAND POETRY: NGA KUPU TITOHU O AOTEAROA, Penguin Books, Auckland, 1989.

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