- ‘Deep Ancestral Voices’: Inner and Outer Narrative in Christopher J. Koch’s Highways to a War
Argues that in Koch's novel, 'two strands are continually in process: the inner and outer life, the world of values and the quotidian, the mythic…1 May 1997
- Death and Home-Work: The Origins of Narrative in The Fortunes of Richard Mahony
Mead considers the role of death in the narrative and argues that it is a powerful cultural symbol because of its thematic connections with the…1 October 1995
- ‘realer than the Real’ : Francis Webb’s 'Ward Two'
'Ward Two' has long been one of Francis Webb's best known poems, if not the best known, due to the coherence lent it by the…1 May 1979
- Unbecoming Australians : Crisis and Community in the Australian Villa/ge Book
Examines recent Australian examples of travel memoirs that 'recount the author's attempt to live the southern European dream in ways that are not available to…1 October 2007