Is Phallocentricity a Sin? or a Peccadillo? : Comedy and Gender in Ethel Anderson’s ‘At Parramatta’ and Patrick White’s ‘Voss’

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Published 1 June 1991 in European Perspectives: Contemporary Essays on Australian Literature. Subjects: Australian culture, Gender roles, Sexual politics, Sexuality & sexual identity, Wit & humour, Writer's craft.

Cite as: Smith, Angela. ‘Is Phallocentricity a Sin? or a Peccadillo? : Comedy and Gender in Ethel Anderson’s ‘At Parramatta’ and Patrick White’s ‘Voss’.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 15, no. 2, 1991. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.e5ee8b4d2a.