Main : anthology, Australian history, history, writing
215 x 137 mm
Through their letters home and their diaries, the first European women who came to Australia were literally writing a new world. A lively and provocative history of two hundred years of Australian settlement as seen through the records of women writers. With characteristic verve and style Dale Spender challenges received wisdom. She presents over 200 women writers and an image of a country and its culture that is remarkably different when it is generated by the experience of women.
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