Too Far Everywhere: The Romantic Heroine in Nineteenth-century Australia
The deliberate exclusion of women's romances resulted in the development of an Australian culture based on a masculine bush ethos. In recovering previously neglected women's texts, Giles argues for a more inclusive and heterogeneous view.
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