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‘The Impossibility of Knowing’: Developing Magical Realism’s Irony in Gould’s Book of Fish
(Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 2014-10-01)
Irony is an underlying factor of magical realist fiction. Richard Flanagan’s novel Gould’s Book of Fish (2001) is imbued with a particular kind of irony that results from a gap between a contemporary reader’s lament for a ...
The Fear of Solitude: How Marketing Makes Real Magic
The. Fear. of. Solitude: How. Marketing. Makes. Real. Magic. Ben. Holgate. Even in the digital age, which has rendered geographical boundaries largely redundant in terms of e-book distribution, the process of how a novel ...
Greening a Narrative Mode: Antipodean Magical Realism and Ecocriticism in Richard Flanagan’s Fiction
(Sydney University Press, 2018)