Barbara Holloway is a Visiting Fellow in the School of Literature, Language and Linguistics at ANU. Her current research project is writing rural worlds in contemporary Australia. She has published in Westerly, Southerly, Text and most recently Fusion.
Australian National University
Preconceptions of another country can take hold of an artist’s imagination – as ‘America’ did Kafka’s and Lorca’s – but who knew that D. H. Lawrence developed a comprehensive idea of ‘Australia’ long before his one hundred-day visit? Or how…