Selected Essays on Canadian, Australian and New Zealand Literatures

Selected Essays on Canadian, Australian and New Zealand Literatures

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These selected essays on Canadian, Australian and New Zealand literatures often, although not always, consider individual texts and literary authors within the post-colonial paradigm. They discuss some of the most prominent, mostly contemporary literary authors in these genres, including, for example, Margaret Atwood, C. K. Stead, Christopher Koch, David Malouf, Richard Flanagan, Andrew Riemer, Ouyang Yu, A. D. Hope, Teju Cole from the USA, and others. Several studies focus on significant issues in recent diasporic and transcultural writing in English, including the specific Slovenian literary production, while some of the essays examine the literary representations of a country in a particular national collective consciousness.The result of this is Andrew Riemera#39;s a€œnational identitya€ crisis and culture test during his visit to Central Europe, which involves shock as well as painful and pleasant recollections, materialized in the fine travel book The Habsburg CafAc.

Title:Selected Essays on Canadian, Australian and New Zealand Literatures
Author: Igor Maver
Publisher:Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2014-06-02

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