Spatialising the Ghosts of Anzac in the Plays of Sydney Tomholt : The Absent Soldier and the War Memorial

Abstract

Kelly argues that the resonant presentation of catastrophic effects of war in the plays of Sydney Tomholt makes them important early examples of modernist drama.

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Published 1 May 2007 in Volume 23 No. 1. Subjects: ANZAC (Australian & New Zealand Army Corps), Australian drama, Australian war literature, War memorials.

Cite as: Kelly, Veronica. ‘Spatialising the Ghosts of Anzac in the Plays of Sydney Tomholt : The Absent Soldier and the War Memorial.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 23, no. 1, 2007. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.bebf47a2e7.