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Julie Mullaney researches and teaches postcolonial literatures and theory in the Department of English at Manchester Metropolitan University with special interests in contemporary Australian and Irish writing. She has published essays on Thea Astley, Arundhati Roy and Patrick White.
Julie Mullaney's work featured in PN Review comprises four reviews, over a period of five years.