Who's Who?: Hoaxes, Imposture and Identity Crises in Australian Literature
Brings together for the first time essays that consider a range of high-profile cases of literary hoaxing, identity crisis or imposture in Australian literature. Critics explore the history of hoaxing and imposture, and consider the cultural and political issues at stake. Nolan at Australian Catholic University.
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Demidenko and the Problems
Reading Carey Reading Malley
Charles Dickens Peter Carey
or Who Really Killed
Mudrooroo and Demidenko
Crafty Impostor or Rebel with a Cause?
A UkrainianAustralian Point of View
Marlo Morgan and the Fabrication
The Khouri Affair
Notes on Contributors
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