Narrative Technique in Lawson


Examines Lawson's use of narrative frameworks in his sketches, arguing that 'contrasts between the story and the narrator's discourse point to a problematic realism and a documentary intention on the narrator's part' (367).

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Published 1 May 1980 in Volume 9 No. 3. Subjects: Narrative techniques, Writer's craft, Henry Lawson.

Cite as: Garvis, Douglas R.. ‘Narrative Technique in Lawson.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 9, no. 3, 1980, doi: 10.20314/als.4fbb6c78e4.