Republics of letters: literary communities in Australia Edited by Peter Kirkpatrick and Robert Dixon Sydney University Press ISBN: 9781920899783
Republics of letters: literary communities in Australia is the first book to explore the notion of literary community or literary sociability in relation to Australian literature. It brings together twenty-four scholars from a range of disciplines - literature, history, cultural and women's studies, creative writing and digital humanities - to address some of the key questions about Australian literary communities: how they form, how they change and develop, and how they operate within wider social and cultural contexts, both within Australia and internationally.
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|2012||Connectivity, Community and the Question of Literary Universality: Reading Kim Scott's Chronotope and John Kinsella's Commedia||Mead, Philip|
|2012||Anthologies and the anti-republic of Australia gay lesbian poetry||Vickery, Ann|
|2012||Prelims||Kirkpatrick, Peter; Dixon, Robert|
|2012||Introduction||Kirkpatrick, Peter; Dixon, Robert|