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Neoliberalism and Cultural Transition in New Zealand Literature, 1984-2008
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Acknowledgments Chapter 1: Introduction: Economy, Culture and Society in a Decolonizing State Chapter 2: Society: The Death of the Social Novel? Chapter 3: Politics: Freedom and Anxiety, from Provincial Angst to Post-Democracy Chapter 4: Indigeneity: The Literary Politics of Self-determination Chapter 5: Creativity: The Artist's Work in the Era of the Creative Economy Chapter 6: Conclusion: Joyless Social Democrats Endnotes Bibliography

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Jennifer Lawn is senior lecturer in English at Massey University, Auckland.

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Jennifer Lawn successfully demonstrates that there is a body of New Zealand literature written in response to neoliberal reforms. Her argument is not just true, it's also important. Lawn's work, and hopefully future work that builds on her analysis, strengthens our cultural knowledge about our recent past. * Landfall *

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