Review of Shirley Hazzard: Literary Expatriate and Cosmopolitan Humanist, by Brigitta Olubas

Brigitta Olubas's important book on expatriate Australian author Shirley Hazzard is the latest title in the Cambria Australian Literature Series under the general editorship of Susan Lever, which now includes Bernadette Brennan on Brian Castro, Michael Ackland on Murray Bail, and Lever's own study of David Foster. While I have some reservations about the business model of this exclusively case-bound, US-based series - Shirley Hazzard is advertised at a prohibitive $US114.99- Cambria are nonetheless to be commended for undertaking these author-based studies of Australian writers.

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Published 1 November 2012 in Volume 27 No. 3-4. Subjects: Shirley Hazzard.

Cite as: Dixon, Robert. ‘Review of Shirley Hazzard: Literary Expatriate and Cosmopolitan Humanist, by Brigitta Olubas.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 27, no. 3/4, 2012. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.3306ad89ad.