A. A. Phillips
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A. A. Phillips: Arthur Angel Phillips, generally known as A. A. Phillips, was an Australian writer, critic and teacher, best known for coining the term "Cultural Cringe" in his pioneering essay The Cultural Cringe, which set the early terms for post-colonial theory in Australia. He was educated at Melbourne Grammar School and at the Universities of Melbourne and Oxford, and later taught at Wesley College in Melbourne.
- also known as A. Phillips
- born on (115 years ago) in Melbourne
- nationality: Australia
- died on (30 years ago)
- written works: "The Australian tradition", "A.A. Phillips on the cultural cringe"
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The Dinkum Dictionary (2010)
by Susan Butler
cultural cringe cultural cringe This sense of inadequacy in relation to England contoured the outlook of the Australian elite in endless ways: it gave rise to what A. A. Phillips has called the 'cultural cringe', to much of what Rose describes as ' the ...
by Norman Abjorensen, James C. Docherty
The term “cultural cringe” was coined by the literary critic A. A. Phillips (1900–85) in an influential article in Meanjin in 1950 in ...
by Michael Gagarin
edited and translated by A. A. Phillips and M. M. Wilcock. Warminster, U.K.: Aris & Phillips, 1999. Xenophon. “On Hunting.” In Scripta minora, translated by E. C. Marchant. Loeb Classical ...
by M. Keith Booker
novelists, and historians who were to publish seminal works in the 1950s: Vance Palmer, A. A. Phillips, Manning Clark, and Russell Ward. A rival right-wing magazine, Quadrant, was established in 1956 by the poet and critic James McAuley.
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