[Nicholas Dunlop (firstname.lastname@example.org) has kindly shared his UK-based Carey bibliography site with readers of the Postcolonial Literature and Culture Web.]
[Peter Carey has written to say that as of 1 January 2008 his own site (www.petercareybooks.com) will go online. — George P. Landow]
Part 1: Carey and Postcolonialism
Adam, Ian. "Breaking the Chain: Anti-Saussurean Resistance in Birney, Carey and C.S. Pierce." Past the Last Post: Theorizing Post-Colonialism and Post- Modernism. Eds. Ian Adam and Helen Tiffin. Calgary: U. of Calgary P., 1990. 79-93.
Ashcroft, Bill. "Against the Tide of Time: Peter Carey's Interpolation into History."Writing the Nation: Self and Country in the Post-Colonial Imagination. Ed. John C. Hawley. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1996. 194-213.
Fletcher, M.D. "Post-Colonial Peter Carey." SPAN: Journal of the South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies 32 (1991): 12-23.
Fuery, Patrick. "Prisoners and Spiders Surrounded by Signs: Postmodernism and the Postcolonial Gaze in Contemporary Australian Culture." Recasting the World. Ed. J White. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins U.P., 1994.
Herman, Luc. "Canonizing Australia: The Case of Peter Carey." Shades of Empire in Colonial and Postcolonial Literature. Eds. C.C. Barfoot and Theo D'Haen. Amsterdam; Atlanta: Rodopi, 1993.
Kane, Paul. "Postcolonial/Postmodern: Australian Literature and Peter Carey." World Literature Today 67 (1993): 519-22.
Part 2: Other Themes
Bliss, Carolyn. "Categorical Infringement: Australian Prose in the Eighties." Journal of Narrative Technique 21.1 (1991): 43-51.
- — . "The Revisionary Lover: Misprision of the Past in Peter Carey." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 6 (1991): 45-54.
- — ."Time and Timelessness in Peter Carey's Fiction - The Best of Both Worlds." Antipodes 9.2 (1995): 97-105.
Daniel, Helen. "Lies for Sale: Peter Carey."Liars: Australian New Novelists. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1988: 148-84.
Daniel, Helen. "The Rivalries of the Fictions." International Literatures in English: Essays on the Major Writers. Ed. Robert L. Ross. New York: Garland, 1991. 405-15.
"The Fantasy Lands of Saramago and Carey." New Statesman 18 Nov 1994: 36.
Fletcher, M.D. "The Theme of Entrapment in Peter Carey's Fiction." Australian Literature Today. Eds. R.K. Dhawan and David Kerr. New Delhi: Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies, 1993. 74-79.
Ikin, Van. "Peter Carey: The Stories." Science Fiction 1.1 (1977): 19-29.
Pana, Irina Grigorescu. "The Tomis Complex: Versions of Exile in Australian Literature". World Literature Today 67 (1993): 523-32.
Pierce, Peter. "Captivity, Captivation: Aspects of Peter Carey's Fiction." 'And What Books Do You Read?': New Studies in Australian Literature. Eds. Irmtraud Petersson and Martin Duwell. Queensland: U. of Queensland Press, 1996. 140-50.
Reid, Tony. "Dreamtime Australia." NZ Listener 30 Apr. 1991: 18-21.
Ross, Robert. "'It Cannot Not Be There': Borges and Australia's Peter Carey." Borges and His Successors: The Borgesian Impact on Literature and the Arts. Ed. Edna Aizenberg. Columbia: U. of Missouri P., 1990. 44-58.
Turner, George. "Science Fiction, Parafiction and Peter Carey." Science Fiction 10.1 (1988): 14-21.
— -. "Parentheses." Meanjin 48 (1989): 195-204.
Turner, Graeme. "American Dreaming: The Fictions of Peter Carey." Australian Literary Studies 12 (1986): 431-441.
— -. "Nationalising the Author: The Celebrity of Peter Carey." Australian Literary Studies 16 (1993): 131-39.
Willbanks, Ray. Australian Voices: Writers and their Work. Austin: U. of Texas P., 1991.
Yell, Susan. "Control and Conflict: Dialogue in Prose Fiction." Journal of the Australasian Universites Language and Literature Association 74 (1990): 136- 53.
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