’In the shade of a ghost gum’: Bruce Chatwin and the rhetoric of the desert

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Palmer, A. 2011. ’In the shade of a ghost gum’: Bruce Chatwin and the rhetoric of the desert. English: The Journal of the English Association. 60 (231), pp. 311-335. https://doi.org/10.1093/english/efr033
AuthorsPalmer, A.
Year2011
JournalEnglish: The Journal of the English Association
Journal citation60 (231), pp. 311-335
PublisherOxford Journals
ISSN0013-8215
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1093/english/efr033
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