Publications by: Michael Ackland

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Ackland, Michael (2015) Eve unchained: Christina Stead's recasting of the Christian spiritual autobiography. In: Shands, Kerstin W., Mikrut, Giulia Grillo, Pattanaik, Dipti R/, and Ferreira-Meyers, Karen, (eds.) Writing the Self: essays on autobiography and autofiction. English Studies (5). Södertörns högskola, Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 295-305.

Ackland, Michael (2014) Morality at bay: the lesson of the Americas in Murray Bail's Homesickness. Antipodes, 28 (2). pp. 275-288.

Ackland, Michael (2013) "Reality is monstrous": Christina Stead's critique of the triumphant West in The Puzzleheaded Girl. Antipodes, 27 (1). pp. 11-17.

Ackland, Michael (2013) "On all fours passing, tintinnabulation": Murray Bail's creative case against the imperial word. In: Natale, Antonella Riem, Dolce, Maria Renata, Mercanti, Stefano, and Colomba, Caterina, (eds.) The Tapestry of the Creative Word in Anglophone Literatures. Forum Editrice, Udine, Italy, pp. 231-240.

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

Ackland, Michael (2012) "I am thinking I am free": intransigent reality versus utopian thought in the later fiction of Christina Stead. Southerly, 72 (1). pp. 159-180.

Ackland, Michael (2012) 'We are all philosophers; we cannot help being': Credos, Lifechoices and Philosophy in Murray Bail's The Pages. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 12 (3). pp. 1-13.

Ackland, Michael (2011) Dreaming of the Middle Ages: the place of the 'mittelalterlich' and socialist awareness in Christina Stead's early fiction. Australian Literary Studies, 26 (3-4). pp. 54-68.

Ackland, Michael (2011) Behold Burton's tomb: mortality and escapism in Murray Bail's homesickness. Southerly, 71 (3). pp. 23-39.

Ackland, Michael (2011) Beneath the camouflage: mimicry and settler false consciousness in the fiction of Murray Bail. Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies, 17 (2). pp. 72-90.

Ackland, Michael (2011) "Hedging on Destiny": history and its marxist dimension in the early fiction of Christina Stead. ariel: a review of international english literature, 41 (1). pp. 91-109.

Ackland, Michael (2011) 'Matisse is jammed with confidence': painting and creative inspiration in the early writings of Murray Bail. Westerly, 56 (1). pp. 198-215.

Ackland, Michael (2011) Politics, clichés and the "lurky country": Murray Bail's critique of national mythologies in Holden's Performance. Zeitschrift für Australienstudien, 25. pp. 27-41.

Ackland, Michael (2011) "Socialists of a new socialism"?: Christina Stead's critique of 1930s America in The Man Who Loved Children. ELH, 78 (2). pp. 387-408.

Ackland, Michael (2011) Towards rehabilitating 'the long blighted tree of knowledge': Mary Shelly's revolutionary concept of self-governance and dominion in The Last Man. In: Cousins, A. D., Napton, Dani, and Russo, Stephanie, (eds.) The French Revolution and the British Novel in the Romantic Period. Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature, 112 . Peter Lang Publishing, New York, USA, pp. 153-177.

Ackland, Michael (2010) Christina Stead and the politics of covert statement. Mosaic, 43 (1). pp. 127-142.

Ackland, Michael (2010) Literary politics and the cold war: the case of Christina Stead. Pacific and American Studies, 10. pp. 50-65.

Ackland, Michael (2010) 'A Skyrocket Waiting to be Let Off', but to where? Christina Stead's first impressions of the United States and her postwar literary rehabilitation. In: Dixon, Robert, and Birns, Nicholas, (eds.) Reading across the Pacific : Australia - United States Intellectual Histories. Sydney University Press, Sydney, NSW, Australia, pp. 225-239.

Ackland, Michael (2010) A whale of a tale: Hatoyama's 'New' Japan. Meanjin, 69 (2). pp. 8-11.

Ackland, Michael (2009) Modern biographies of Sir Thomas More. In: Cousins, A.D., and Grace, Damian, (eds.) A Companion to Thomas More. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Cranbury, NJ, USA, pp. 39-52.

Ackland, Michael (2008) "A cold coming we had of it": the reception of T. S. Eliot, literary modernism and tradition in the work of James McAuley and the Sydney modernists. Literature & Aesthetics, 18 (1). pp. 112-121.

Ackland, Michael (2008) A view from the Orient Hotel: phobias, federation, and Albert Dorrington's Asia-Pacific nightmares. Antipodes, 22 (1). pp. 25-30.

Ackland, Michael (2008) Realigning Christina Stead: A 'red Stead'. Overland, 192. pp. 49-53.

Ackland, Michael (2008) "What a history is that? What an enigma ...?": imagination, destiny and socialist imperatives in Christina Stead's Seven Poor Men of Sydney. Southerly, 68 (3). pp. 189-212.

Ackland, Michael (2007) For love alone "Review of Dearest Munx: The Letters of Christina Stead and William J. Blake. Harris, Margaret (ed.) (2005). Paper in: On Love, Sex and Desire.". Meanjin, 66 (1). pp. 78-82.

Ackland, Michael (2007) "I vill dry and gure him": ambiguities of care in the mirror of Australian fiction. In: Callahan, David, (ed.) Australia: who cares? A P I Network, Perth, pp. 218-252.

Ackland, Michael, and Oliver, Pam (2007) Introduction. In: Ackland, Michael, and Oliver, Pam, (eds.) Unexpected encounters: neglected histories behind the Australia-Japan relationship. Monash University Press, Melbourne, VIC, xi-xxv.

Ackland, Michael (2007) Love and the great beyond: The spiritualist beliefs that sustained the love of Henry Handel Richardson for her husband and her family beyond the grave. Meanjin, 66 (1). pp. 72-77.

Ackland, Michael (2007) Paths of wrath and reconciliation: homophobia, Japan and the life-work of Harold Stewart. In: Ackland, Michael, and Oliver, Pam, (eds.) Unexpected Encounters: neglected histories behind the Australia-Japan relationship. Monash University Press, Melbourne, VIC, pp. 89-111.

Ackland, Michael, and Oliver, Pam (2007) Unexpected Encounters: neglected histories behind the Australia-Japan relationship. Monash University Press, Melbourne, VIC.

Ackland, Michael (2006) The lesson of "The Yellow Sand": Robert Drewe's dissection of "The Good Old Past" in The Drowner and Grace. Westerly, 51 ( ). pp. 88-107.

Ackland, Michael (2006) Breeding "reptiles of the mind": Blake's dialectics of vision and Stead's critique of pollitry in The Man Who Loved Children. Studies in the Novel, 38 (2). pp. 234-249.

Ackland, Michael (2006) Kate Grenville. In: Samuels, Selina, (ed.) Australian Writers: 1975-2000. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 325 . Bruccoli Clark Layman, pp. 128-134.

Ackland, Michael (2006) Murray Bail. In: Samuels, Selina, (ed.) Australian Writers 1975-2000. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 325 . Bruccoli Clark Layman, pp. 24-30.

Ackland, Michael (2006) Robert Drewe. In: Samuels, Selina, (ed.) Australian Writers: 1975-2000. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 325 . Bruccoli Clark Layman, pp. 76-81.

Ackland, Michael (2006) Winning the peace?: rewriting Quadrant's past. Overland, 184 ( ). pp. 18-22.

Ackland, Michael (2006) The triumphant word: Malouf's Heideggerian vision in An Imaginary Life. Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies , 12 (1-2). pp. 239-244.

Ackland, Michael (2005) In the service of complex truths: the aims and art of Robert Drewe's fiction. Westerly, 50 ( 0). pp. 26-41.

Ackland, Michael (2005) Only 'a well-schooled interpreter': Henry Handel Richardson's final year at the Leipzig Conservatorium and its authorial recasting. Australian Literary Studies, 22 (1). pp. 51-60.

Ackland, Michael (2005) Henry Handel Richardson's years in Wilhelmine Germany: the "most cultured land in Europe"? English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 48 (1). pp. 147-163.

Ackland, Michael (2004) Passion by proxy: Henry Handel Richardson's sapphic investment in her early fiction. Antipodes, 18 (2). pp. 147-152.

Ackland, Michael (2004) Master of Elusion. The Bulletin with Newsweek, 122 (6430). pp. 62-64.

Ackland, Michael (2004) Henry Handel Richardson: a life. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Ackland, Michael (2004) Polemics anonymous: James McAuley's nom de plume contributions from Hermes to Quadrant. Southerly, 64 (3). pp. 180-190.

Ackland, Michael (2004) Professing the new: personalities, institutions and the case of James McAuley. In: Heinze, Helmut, and Weller, Christiane, (eds.) Worlds of Reading: on the theory, history and sociology of cultural practice; Festschrift for Walter Veit. Forschungen zur Literatur- und Kulturgeschichte . Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, pp. 141-150.

Ackland, Michael (2004) 'The argument of the broken pane': Henry Handel Richardson's response to the suffragette movement. Overland, 174 ( ). pp. 51-57.

Ackland, Michael (2003) "Wishing papa was dead?": Henry Handel Richardson's recasting of her troubled childhood in Myself When Young. Westerly, 48. pp. 102-116.

Ackland, Michael (2003) More than 'a henna gaijin': the shaping of Harold Stewart's affinity with Japan. Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies, 11. pp. 85-95.

Ackland, Michael (2003) Whatever happened to Coppelius?: antecedents and design in Christina Stead's The Salzburg Tales. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 2. pp. 53-66.

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