Elizabeth Jolley’s Late Work

Abstract

The article looks at the last four novels by Jolley which were ‘somewhat neglected by scholars’. Taken as a body of ‘late work’ with some evidence of ‘late style’ (Edward Said), ‘might give them a more acknowledged place in a critical history of Jolley’s writing’ (122).

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Published 1 May 2009 in Volume 24 No. 1. Subjects: Critical reception, Farce, Literary techniques, structures & modes.

Cite as: Bird, Delys. ‘Elizabeth Jolley’s Late Work.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 24, no. 1, 2009. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.8edd70b3cc.