‘Imaginal’ reading of Malouf’s novel.
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Published 1 October 1982 in Volume 10 No. 4. Subjects: Exile, Imagination, Psychoanalytic theory, Use of language.
Cite as: Bishop, Peter. ‘David Malouf and the Language of Exile.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 10, no. 4, 1982. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.13a216cc14.
Discusses Malouf’s ‘elusive’ fiction in the context of his poetry, concentrating on the treatment of common developing concerns.
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