Tim Winton : critical essays / edited by Lyn McCredden and Nathanael O'Reilly.

Why is it that Tim Winton - one of Australia's most popular and literary novelists - has received little sustained critical attention? This collection of essays examines the impact of Winton's work on understanding what it is to be Australian, Ëœto be human, to make and question meaning....

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Other Authors: McCredden, Lyn (Editor), O'Reilly, Nathanael (Editor)
Format: Electronic
Language:English
Published: Crawley, Western Australia : UWA Publishing, 2014.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Tim Winton, literature and the field of literary criticism / Lyn McCredden and Nathanael O'Reilly
  • Water / Bill Ashcroft
  • 'Bursting with voice and doubleness': vernacular presence and visions of inclusiveness in Tim Winton's Cloudstreet / Fiona Morrison
  • Winton's spectralities or What haunts Cloudstreet? / Michael R. Griffiths
  • 'Over the cliff and into the water': love, death and confession in Tim Winton's fiction / Hannah Schürholz
  • The editing and publishing of Tim Winton in the United States / Per Henningsgaard
  • From father to son: fatherhood and father-son relationship in Scission / Nathanael O'Reilly
  • Writing childhood in Tim Winton's fiction / Tanya Dalziell
  • The cycle of love and loss: melancholic masculinity in The turning / Bridget Grogan
  • Transcultural Winton: mnemonic landscapes of Australia / Sissy Helff
  • From the sublime to the uncanny in Tim Winton's Breath / Brigid Rooney
  • A not completely pointless beauty: breath, exceptionality and neoliberalism / Nicholas Birns
  • Extreme games, hegemony and narration: an interpretation of Tim Winton's Breath / Hou Fei
  • 'Intolerable significance': Tim Winton's Eyrie / Lyn McCredden.