Please sign in to access this article and the rest of our archive.
Not a member? Subscribe now from only $24/year
Published 1 December 1964 in Volume 1 No. 4.
Cite as: King, Alec. ‘Review by Alec King.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 1, no. 4, 1964. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.7208c7db0c.
The article charts the friendship between Hope and Wright and the critical responses of the two poets to each other’s work and achievements.
Clare Archer-Lean's contemplative, border-crossing study draws on a range of theoretical sources - postcolonial and postmodem in particular - to undertake a comparative analysis of the fiction of native American Thomas King, and Black Australian Colin Johnson (Mudrooroo). Concentrating on…
Australian adult fantasy fiction of the last fifteen years has been significant in its volume, penetration, and international success. Perhaps paradoxically, these texts are notable for their lack of particularly Australian markers, largely turning instead to European landscapes, history, and…