‘Composing the Self’: Metaphors of Creativity in Henry Handel Richardson’s Myself When Young
‘This essay interrogates Richardson’s representation of her choice of a literary over a musical career, arguing that this choice was a matter not only of ability and opportunity, but signals a shift from public and social performance to private literary production’ (p. 205).
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Cite as: Lindsey, Dunya. ‘‘Composing the Self’: Metaphors of Creativity in Henry Handel Richardson’s Myself When Young.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 22, no. 2, 2005, doi: 10.20314/als.99fe22cf89.