Travel writers and traveling writers in Australasia : responses to travel literatures and the problem of authenticity

@article{Bones2016TravelWA,
  title={Travel writers and traveling writers in Australasia : responses to travel literatures and the problem of authenticity},
  author={Helen Katherine Bones},
  journal={Journeys},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={74-94}
}
  • H. Bones
  • Published 1 December 2016
  • Art
  • Journeys
This article compares responses to travel writing and imaginative fiction about the settler colonies, in particular Australia and New Zealand, between 1870 and 1945—a time when distinctions between travel, mobility, and emigration were hard to pin down. Very little scholarship has shown an interest in what the subject society’s inhabitants thought of its portrayal, and what this can tell us about colonial and national identities. Australasian responses to works about Australasia, in the form of… 
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