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East by South

China in the Australasian Imagination
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East by South by Miller/Ferrall (eds.)
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Description

Ranging across literature, music, film, and fashion, the essays collected in this volume do more than simply examine the contemporary and historic Australasian perceptions of China and its people; they also discuss the sometimes repressive treatment of emigrants in Oceania and the contributions made by China and people of Chinese descent to the history of both countries.

Author Biography

Charles Ferrall teaches in the School of English, Film, Theater, and Media Studies at Victoria University of Wellington. He is the author of Modernist Writing and Reactionary Politics, coauthor of The Trials of Eric Mareo, and coeditor of Katherine Mansfield's Men. Paul Millar coordinates the New Zealand and Pacific literature program in the School of English, Film, Theater, and Media Studies at Victoria University of Wellington. His books include Spark to a Waiting Fuse: James K. Baxter's Correspondence with Noel Ginn and several editions of James K. Baxter's poetry, including the New Selected Poems. Keren Smith lectures in the French section of Victoria University of Wellington's School of Asian & European Languages & Cultures.
Release date NZ
January 8th, 2005
Collection
Audiences
  • General (US: Trade)
  • Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly
  • Professional & Vocational
  • Undergraduate
Contributors
  • Edited by Keren Smith
  • Edited by Paul Millar
Country of Publication
New Zealand
Imprint
Victoria University Press
Pages
439
Dimensions
146x210x25
ISBN-13
9780864734914
Product ID
25828027

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