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Description - The Bibliography of Australian Literature by John Arnold

The Bibliography of Australian Literature is an essential reference for the reading, study and collecting of Australian literature. This is the fourth and final volume (from P-Z) of a major collaborative national bibliographical project recording details of all separately published creative literature by Australian writers from European arrival in Australia to the end of the 20th century. Genres covered are poetry, drama, fiction and children's writing. One of the strengths of this unique multi-volume work is that it has no canon, aiming to include all works by all Australian authors regardless of perceived literary merit. For each work, details of the first edition are listed, as well as significant new or revised editions and translations. Biographical details, awards and other additional information relevant to an individual author or title is also included.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780702236891
ISBN-10: 0702236896
Format: Hardback
(246mm x 183mm x 64mm)
Pages: 995
Imprint: University of Queensland Press
Publisher: University of Queensland Press
Publish Date: 10-Nov-2008
Country of Publication: Australia

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Author Biography - John Arnold

John Arnold is a former head of the National Centre for Australian Studies at Monash University and the coeditor of Towards a National Culture in a Colonised Market. John Hay is a former vice chancellor of the University of Queensland, a former English professor at the University of Western Australia, a former dean of arts and senior deputy vice chancellor at Monash University, and a former vice chancellor and president of Deakin University.