The Experimental Fiction of Murray Bail

Ackland, Michael (2012) The Experimental Fiction of Murray Bail. Cambria Australian Literature . Cambria Press, Amherst, NY, USA.

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Murray Bail is one of the most boldly innovative and intellectually challenging of contemporary writers. He is widely appreciated in his homeland, Australia, but too little read beyond its shores. Bail's major work began appearing in the 1970s, after an epochal change of government created a climate supportive of new talent and artistic experimentation. The enigmatic nature of his narratives, coupled with painfully slow composition habits, militated against the creation of a large following for his work, but established him as a writer of the most exacting standards, who measured himself against the best offered by European and American letters.

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