The Bridled Pegaroo, or, Is there a Colonial Poetics of Intertextuality

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Published 1 June 1991 in European Perspectives: Contemporary Essays on Australian Literature. Subjects: American (USA) literature & writers, Australian literary history, Australian literature - International influences, Australian literature and writers, Australian poetry, Defining an Australian literature, English literature & writers, Greek myths, Jindyworobaks, Multiculturalism, Pegasus, Postcolonial literature & writers, Vision School.

Cite as: Priessnitz, Horst. β€˜The Bridled Pegaroo, or, Is there a Colonial Poetics of Intertextuality.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 15, no. 2, 1991. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.57d3957dfc.