Textual Phantasmagoria : Marcus Clarke, Light Literature and the Colonial Uncanny

Abstract

McCann analyses the representations of the colonial unconscious and the Romantic imagination - the intersection of affect and aesthetics - in the writing of Marcus Clarke.

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Published 1 October 2003 in Volume 21 No. 2. Subjects: Aesthetics, Australian literary magazines, Colonial literature & writers, Gothic, Imagination, Popular culture, Romanticism, Spiritualism, Marcus Clarke.

Cite as: McCann, Andrew. ‘Textual Phantasmagoria : Marcus Clarke, Light Literature and the Colonial Uncanny.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 21, no. 2, 2003. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.8216c5802d.