Reading English

Busy trying to understand how literary narratives might be read, and how to teach the reading of literature, academics have spent little time writing about the ways in which university and policy environments encourage or limit the discipline, even if discussing these at length informally.

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Published 1 June 2013 in Volume 28 No. 1-2. Subjects: Australian literature - Study & teaching, Australian literature and writers, Literary history.

Cite as: Dale, Leigh. ‘Reading English.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 28, no. 1/2, 2013.