Atomic Fiction: The Novels of David Ireland
Study of the works of one of Australia's most critically acclaimed contemporary authors, who has won the Miles Franklin Award three times. Author uses a range of approaches from literary theory, philosophy and cultural studies to examine the structure of Ireland's narrative. Includes a bibliography and an index. Author is a senior lecturer in English at the University of Melbourne and is co-author of 'The New Diversity: Australian Fiction 1970-1988'.
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