Main : Australian history, literary history, non-fiction, writing
200 x 130 mm
Debra Adelaide (ed.)
From the first novel published in mainland Australia in 1838, women have been writing it for themselves. Among them are poets, prolific novelists such as Rosa Praed, and botanists like Louisa Atkinson. From household names to obscurity, A Bright and Fiery Troop rediscovers the rich treasures of Australia’s literary tradition. It is the first critical analysis of the major Australian women writers of the nineteenth century.
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