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Rambling in Overdrive: Travelling through Tasmanian Literature


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Cranston, CA 2003 , 'Rambling in Overdrive: Travelling through Tasmanian Literature' , Tasmanian Historical Studies, vol. 8, no. 2 , pp. 28-39 .

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The paper examines 'Creativity and Innovation' in Tasmania; it questions the notion of 'originality'; Tasmanian literature is accused of inscribing history onto geography and reconfiguring the landscape. Duplicity provides the motif for an investigation of University of Tasmania academics who are also artists.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Cranston, CA
Keywords: Literature and ecocriticism; Ern Malley; Cynthia Reed; William Booth; Max Harris; James McAuley; Angry Penguins; Marco Polo; Hal Porter; Tim Bowden; C.J.Koch; William Gould; Richard Flanagan; Gould's Book of Fish; John Mitchel; Matthew Kneale; Henry Savery;Peter Conrad; Vivian Smith;Graeme Hetherington; Margaret Scott; Louisa Meredith; Tim Bonyhady;David Burn; Mount Field National Park: Pete Hay; Sir Russell Braddon; Arthur River;Olegas Truchanas; Peter Dombrovskis;Lloyd Robson; Lake Pedder; Bob Brown; Clive Sansom;Franklin River Dam; Vicki Raymond; Karen Brown; Jim Everett; Kuti Kina Cave; Weedy Seadragon; Leafy Sea Dragon; Abt Railway; Heritage Highway; Premier Jim Bacon
Journal or Publication Title: Tasmanian Historical Studies
ISSN: 1324-048X
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Literature and the Environment; ecocriticism

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