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6.2 (Spring 1984): Australia and Continental Europe


Early literary relationships

  • Elisabeth Webby, "Literary and Theatrical Connections between Australia and Europe: 1788-1850", 5
  • Marlene J. Norst, "Julius Duboc, 19th century Migrant-Philosopher: A Classic Case of Migrant Double-Vision", 11
  • Sylvia Lawson, "Jules François Archibald and the Sydney Bulletin, 1880-1892", 19
  • Nelson Wattie, "Henry Handel Richardson and the German Bildungsroman", 22

Contemporary literary relationships

  • J. S. D. Mellick, "The New and the Old: Responses to Translocation", 29
  • Chester Eagle, "Myth, mockery and expatriation: love/hate of Australia in George Johnston's My Brother Jack", 35
  • Gareth Griffiths, "Australian Subjects and Australian Style: The Plays of Louis Nowra", 42
  • André Dommergues, "The Confluence of Three Cultures in Randolph Stow's To the Islands", 49
  • David English, "The Critical Cringe? The Implications for Australian Literary Studies of Contemporary European Critical Theory", 56

A new identity

  • Stephen Alomes, "Tears in the Imperial Curtain: Australia and Europe in the Twentieth Century", 64
  • Rudolf Bader, "Cultural Conflict in Australian Migrant Literature in English", 73
  • Ariane Blindt, "Quest for Identity: The Last Generation of European Writers in Australia", 82
  • Sophie Ellas, "New Australians", 88

An Australian cinema seminar in Rouen

  • Maryvonne Nedeljkovic, Synthèse, 93
  • David Wills, "Antipodean Semiotics: "French Theory" in Australia and Practice of Australian Cinema", 95
  • Peter Quartermaine, "Two Australian Films: Images and Contexts in For the Term of his Natural Life (1927) and Don's Party (1976)", 104
  • J. D. Clancy, "The Orphan and the Missing Parent: Patterns in French and Australian Cinema", 113


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