|Baker, Dallas J.
|36, pp. 20-24
|Number of Pages
|Place of Publication
|Web Address (URL)
This article uses a discussion of David Malouf's novel 'An Imaginary Life' to explore the way that Australian literary fiction and feature films imagine Australia, focussing on exile, belonging and non-belonging.
|Australia, belonging, exile, David Malouf, An Imaginary Life
|ANZSRC Field of Research 2020
|470502. Australian literature (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander literature)
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|School of Arts and Communication
|Institution of Origin
|University of Southern Queensland
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