Eccentric indeed

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October 1994, no. 165

EcCentric Visions: ReConstructing Australia by Gaile McGregor

Wilfrid Laurier University Press

Eccentric indeed

by
October 1994, no. 165

Tourism is, I suppose, the quintessential postmodern activity – I’ve been to Bali too. This particular tourist, Gaile McGregor, described as a ‘Canadian itinerant scholar’, offers us EcCentric Visions as part of a trilogy; the previous two titles featured Canada and the United States. The link is, she says, that all three are ‘post-frontier societies’. It’s a definition that depends on whether or not you’ve got past the post.

Barbara Brook reviews 'EcCentric Visions: ReConstructing Australia' by Gaile McGregor

EcCentric Visions: ReConstructing Australia

by Gaile McGregor

Wilfrid Laurier University Press

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