‘I have so many truths to tell’: Randolph Stow’s Visitants and The Girl Green as Elderflower
Discusses Stow's medievalism in The Girl Green as Elderflower and Visitants. 'In its indirect and playful form [Stow's medievalism] offers reparation for colonial visiting of superior knowledge on others, and failure of respect for cultural unknowns, for monologic versions of reality which preclude dialogue with difference, and forms of intellectual enquiry which mask an unacknowledged desire for possession.'
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Cite as: Lynch, Andrew. ‘‘I have so many truths to tell’: Randolph Stow’s Visitants and The Girl Green as Elderflower.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 26, no. 1, 2011, doi: 10.20314/als.ddb41c538d.