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Antor, Heinz, and Klans Stierstorfer, eds. English Literatures in International Contexts. Heidelberg: Winter, 2000. Introductory essay on the shift from national to international followed by 29 essays by various critics including Bill Ashcroft, Helen Tiffin and Yasmine Gooneratne; Australian writers covered include Gooneratne and James Moloney.

Arnold, John, and John Hay, gen. eds. The Bibliography of Australian Literature A-E. Kew, Vic.: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2001. First volume in a collection which aims to document `all separately published creative literature by Australian writers over the last two centuries'.

Ashcroft, Bill. On Post-Colonial Futures: Transformation of Colonial Culture. Writing Past Colonialism. London and New York: Continuum, 2001. Critical essays on Australian and other post-colonial literatures, including writing by Peter Carey and David Malouf.

Attwood, Bain, and Fiona Magowan, eds. Telling Stories: Indigenous History and Memory in Australia and New Zealand. Crows Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin, 2001. Collection of essays by academic authors on oral narrative, oral history, testimonial discourse and autobiography.

Callahan, David, ed. Contemporary Issues in Australian Literature. Special issue of Australian Studies 15.2 (2000). Available in book form (London: Frank Cass, 2000). Collection of essays on Australian literature, culture and individual writers (Mudrooroo and Patrick White).

Haskell, Derails, and Ron Shapiro, eds. Interactions: Essays on the Literature and Culture of the Asia-Pacific Region. Nedlands: CSAL, University of Western Australia Press, 2000. Includes essays which consider Australian works in terms of Asia-Pacific connections and comparisons, including those by Merlinda Bobis and Simone Lazaroo.

Jones, P. Bernard, and Don Dale-Jones. T.H. Jones, Poet of Exile. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2001. Biography of poet who spent the last years of his life in Australia, teaching at Newcastle University.

Klooss, Wolfgang, ed. Across the Lines: Intertextuality and Transcultural Communication in the New Literatures in English. Cross/Cultures 32; ASNEL Papers 3. …

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