Reconnoitres: essays in Australian literature in honour of G.A. Wilkes
Oxford University Press in association with Sydney University Press, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 252 pages
Collection of 19 essays discussing scholarly teaching and research on Australian literature over the past 30 years, written by past and present Sydney University colleagues of G A Wilkes, Foundation Professor of Australian Literature at the University of Sydney. They include Don Anderson, Jennifer Gribble, Brian Kieman, Stephen Knight and Vivian Smith. Indexed.
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