Antipodes Volume 29, Number 1 (June 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

Poetry

 Peter Goldsworthy — Self-Portrait with Statue

 Eileen Chong — Last Leaf

 Marcelle Freiman — Hollow Tree

 Jan Owen — Flamenco

 Michael Farrell — Shaped by the Bush

 Ron Pretty — fall

 Jena Woodhouse — Return of the Prodigal

 Barry Hill — Grief

 Jakob Ziguras — Isola di San Michele

 Edith Speers — Easy listening

 Catherine Vidler — The birthday cake

 Ouyang Yu — Scratch that

Fiction/Creative Writing

Julie Chevalier — Not Breastfeeding for Dummies

Toby McCasker — Son of No. One

Raeden Richardson — The Quarry

Fikret Pajalic — Tomorrow

Gillian Bouras — Thorough Pictures of the Heart

Essays

 Rohan Wilson — Extinction Discourse in Wanting and Doctor Wooreddy’s Prescription for Enduring the Ending of the World

Grace Moore — Home Was Where the Hearth Is: Fire, Destruction, and Displacement in Nineteenth-Century Settler Narratives

Claire Corbett — Must Australia Always Be Imaginary?: Cartography as Creation in Peter Carey’s “Do You Love Me?”

Josephine A. McQuail — “How can Life be Still?”: Teaching Janet Frame’s A State of Seige and Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse

Nathanael O’Reilly — Mythology, History, and Truth: Teaching Peter Carey’s True History of the Kelly Gang

Luma Balaa — Exile, Return, and Nationalism in A Goodland

Theodore F. Sheckels — Australian Film in the Australian Literature Classroom

Tegan Jane Schetrumpf — Diminished but Never Dismissed: The Confessional Poetry of Sylvia Plath and Bruce Beaver

Wang Guanglin — Translating Fragments: Disorientation in Brian Castro’s Shanghai Dancing

John J. Carmody — Patrick White, Composer Manqué: The Centrality of Music in White’s Artistic Aspiration

Rosalind Nicole McFarlane — A “Bay of Whispers”: Seascape in Simone Lazaroo’s The Australian Fiancé

Michael Organ — Pre-Raphaelite Wonderland: Christian Yandell’s Alice

Ouyang Yu — A Poetic Revolution in Keywords: On Contemporary Chinese Poetry

Departments

About the  Cover

Contributors

Guidelines for  Contributors

Book Reviews

Fiction

Evie Wylde, All the Birds, Singing — Christie Hinrichs

Peter Carey, Amnesia — Jacob Pinkston

Janet Frame, In the Memorial Room — Jenni Moody

Sonya Hartnett, Golden Boys — Victoria Avery

Peter Corris, Standing in the Shadow — Molly Nurray

Nicholas Jose, Bapo: Short Stories — Jennifer Popa

Drama

Tim Winton, Shrine: A Play in One Act — Tom Moran

Poetry

LK Holt, Keeps: with Patience, Mutiny and Man Wolf Man— Christopher Lee Miles

Social History

Ann Game, Andrew Metcalfe, and Demelza Marlin, On Bondi Beach— Sarah Jane Holsteen



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