Suzie Gibson is a senior lecturer in English literature at Charles Sturt University. She teaches nineteenth-, twentieth-, and twenty-first-century English, American, and Australian literature, as well as screen studies. Her research analyses the resonances and differences between texts, disciplines, and writers. She is trained in feminist and critical theory, and her publishing covers a variety of textual forms and themes, including traditional and experimental forms of literature and philosophy.
Charles Sturt University
Considering literature’s value is a difficult task in that it asks one to quantify an aesthetic form that by its very nature thwarts measurement. This…