CONTENTS JEASA 7.1

Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia (JEASA), Vol.7 No.1, 2016.

 

CONTENTS

 

Editorial (2-3) Martina Horakova

 

Articles

 

Hidden Fortunes of Colonial Australian Popular Fiction: Women in Mary Fortune's "Dora Carleton" (4-15) Alice Michel

 

"A Man Apart:" The Unwritten Tragedy of Henry Lawson (16-31) John Barnes

 

Presence, Meaning, and the Other in Katharine Susannah Prichard's Coonardoo: The Well in the Shadow (32-38) Barnabás Baranyi

 

"Money is a Steal:" Christina Stead's Critique of Finance Capitalism in House of All Nations (39-49) Michael Ackland

 

White(washing) Australia and Nationalism Theory of Ernest Gellner (50-60) Arindam Das

 

"Vegetable Giants of the West:" Plant Ethics in the Photography of Australian Karri (Eucalyptus Diversicolor) Forests, 1890 to the Present (61-83) John Charles Ryan

 

Interview

 

Interview with Jessica L. Wilkinson (84-89) Pradeep Trikha

 

Book Reviews

 

Stewart Jackson, The Australian Greens: From Activism to Australia's Third Party (90-92) Lars Jensen

 

Anne Brewster, Giving this Country a Memory: Contemporary Aboriginal Voices of Australia (93-96) Martin Renes

 

Michael Wilding, Growing Wild (97-99) Nataša Kampmark

 

Geoffrey Gibson, Taciturn Man and Other Tales of Australia and Matriarch: An Australian Novel of Love and War (100-102) Jean Page

AttachmentSize
00 Contents_PAG.pdf204.57 KB