Antipodes Volume 29, Number 2 (December 2015)

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The official publication of the American Association of Australasian Literary Studies, Antipodes is published in June and December of each year. The journal welcomes critical essays on any aspect of Australian and New Zealand literature and culture, and comparative studies are especially encouraged. Additionally, Antipodes publishes short fiction, excerpts from novels, drama, and poetry written by Australian and New Zealand authors. 

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The official publication of the American Association of Australasian Literary Studies, Antipodes is published in June and December of each year. The journal welcomes critical essays on any aspect of Australian and New Zealand literature and culture, and comparative studies are especially encouraged. Additionally, Antipodes publishes short fiction, excerpts from novels, drama, and poetry written by Australian and New Zealand authors. 

Table of Contents

From the Editor

“Substances by Which We Sense Ourselves”
Nicholas Birns

Poetry

Chris Andrews — The Lilac Room

Judith Beveridge — Walking in the Reserve

Brendan Ryan — Dairy Farmers at the Beach

Eileen Chong — Last Night

Diane Fahey — Visitor

Angela Gardner — The Car Stalled at Lawnton

Geoff Goodfellow — Mitch

Suzanne Edgar — The Red Chalk Drawing

Anna Ryan-Punch — Driving to Queenscliff

Mitchell Welch — The Push North

Anthony Lawrence — The Long Table

Virginia Jealous — Remembrance Day

Fiction/Creative Nonfiction

Mark O’Flynn — White to the End of the World

Greg Bogaerts — Breakdown

Caroline Flood — Follow the Shadows

Liz Argall — Soon She Will Be Forty

Stephen Oliver — Gnosis, a Spark

Janet Kaye Garrick — My Sister Sam and Other Freaks

Essays

Oliver Haag and Danica Čerče — Witi Ihimaera’s The Whale Rider in Slovene, Dutch, and German Translation

Beibei Chen — Contesting Identity and Forming “Cosmopolitan Memory” in Brian Castro’s  Shanghai Dancing

Paul Genoni and Tanya Dalziell — “New Zealand’s First Man of Letters?”: Rediscovering Redmond Frankton “Bim” Wallis

Stefan Solomon —  Words and Silk: Gerald Murnane at the Cinema

Robert Clarke and Sharon Thomas — Productive Dissonance: Using Digital Narratives in the Australian Literature Classroom

John Beston — Going into Dreamland: From Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland to Patrick White’s The Aunt’s Story

Niki Tulk — Navigating the Inside-Outside: Explorations of Exile and Silence in Alex Miller’s Landscape of Farewell

David Carter — What America also Read: Australian Historical Fiction in the American Marketplace, 1927–48

Jack Bowers — “One of Us”: Orphaned Selves and Legitimacy in Australian Autobiography

Alison Burns and R. A. Goodrich — Christina Stead, Georges Polti, and Analytical Novel Writing

Huang Zhong and Wenche Ommundsen — No-Man’s Land: Migration, Masculinity, and Ouyang Yu’s The Eastern Slope Chronicle

Marita Bullock — “Trafficking in Words”: On the Politics of Writing, Cross-Border Mobility, and Nam Le’s The Boat

Departments
About the  Cover

Review  Essay — Behind the Scenes of Translation, Christina Spittel

Review  Essay — Ahead by Centuries: Stephen Edgar’s Exhibits of the Sun, U. S. Dhuga

Contributors

Guidelines for  Contributors

Book Reviews
Fiction

Lloyd Jones, A History of Silence — Derek Hinckley

Richard Flanagan, The Narrow Road to the Deep North — Nataša Kampmark

Michael Hyde, Footy Dreaming — Caitlin Woolley

Anson Cameron, The Last Pulse  — Lyn Jacobs

Craig Sherborne, Tree Palace — Eric Notaro

Poetry
John Mateer, Emptiness: Asian Poems 1998–2012 — R D Wood

Criticism
Bruce Bennett, The Spying Game: An Australian Angle — Richard Carr

Social History
Fiona Probyn-Rapsey, Made to Matter: White Fathers, Stolen Generations — Brenda Machosky

Helen Garner, This House of Grief: The Story of a Murder Trial — Natalie Taylor


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