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Australian Fiction as Archival Salvage

Making and Unmaking the Postcolonial Novel

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<i>Australian Fiction as Archival Salvage</i> examines developments in the Australian postcolonial historical novel from 1989 to the present, including seminal experiments in the genre by Kate Grenville, Mudrooroo, Kim Scott, Peter Carey, Rohan Wilson and others.

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