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Introduction: The work of Thea Astley

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  03 December 2019

Susan Sheridan*
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sue.sheridan@flinders.edu.au
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1 Maguire, Emily, ‘No endings,’ in Astley, Thea, Drylands: A book for the world’s last reader (Melbourne: Text, 2018 [1999]), p. xii.Google Scholar

2 Down, Jennifer, ‘Unsentimental journey’, in Astley, Thea, Reaching Tin River [1990] (Melbourne: Text, 2018 [1990]), p. x.Google Scholar

3 Astley, Thea, ‘Being a Queenslander: A form of literary and geographical conceit’, in Sheridan, Susan and Genoni, Paul (eds), Thea Astley’s fictional worlds (Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2006), p. 9.Google Scholar

4 Sheridan, Susan, The fiction of Thea Astley (New York: Cambria, 2016), p. 2.Google Scholar