Resisting Fiction: The Novels of Henry Handel Richardson
Henry Handel Richardson is one of Australia's most distinguished writers. This penetrating, original study discusses her novels in relation to their historical, cultural and intellectual context, and is the first full-length critical work to offer a sustained feminist interpretation of her work.
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