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From:Australian Literary Studies (Vol. 22, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedPatrick White and the American writer John Cheever have a number of things in common: both are satirical modernist writers; both struggled with forms of depression, surreptitiously linked in their fiction to the suburbs...
From: Australian Literary Studies[(essay date October 2006) In the following essay, Andersson compares the portrayal of suburban neuroses in "The Housebreaker of Shady Hill" with that in Australian author Patrick White's novella The Night the Prowler....
From:Antipodes (Vol. 27, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedWHAT IS THE PARTICULAR NATURE OF THE FRUSTRATION one feels upon reading the ending of Gerald Murnane's second novel, A Lifetime on Clouds (1976).' While critics have at times considered this text one of the author's...
From:Australian Literary Studies (Vol. 23, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedWHEN, in Randolph Stow's novel Tourmaline, the people of the eponymous country town in Western Australia anxiously encounter the mystical stranger arriving in their midst, a representative moment of literary modernism...
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