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    Dedication

    For David, James and Robert, Ciarán and Liam

    Acknowledgements

    Once again, I am indebted to my partner, Verity Burgmann, and to our three sons, David, James and Robert, for emotional and personal support. I am indebted to friends and colleagues in the Centre for Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies and in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at Monash University, and in the Centre for Research in Philosophy and Literature at Warwick University, as also to staff at both the Monash University Library and the Warwick University Library. Comparisons are always invidious, I know, but special thanks are due to Chris Chamberlain, Amanda Macdonald, David Roberts, Gail Ward and Chris Worth at Monash, Andrew Benjamin, Fred Inglis and Heather Jones at Warwick. I am grateful to Chris Rojek and Robert Rojek for the patience with which they helped along various stages of the project. For making our time at Warwick so very pleasant thanks are due to my father, John Milner, and to Ann Dudgeon, Sheila Jones, Andrew Keogh, Richard Milner, Joyce and Phil Morton, Clive Dixon and Kathy Prendiville. None of these should be held in any way responsible for the argument that follows. Acknowledgement is also due to Faber and Faber for permission to quote from T.S. Eliot's ‘Gerontion’, as published in The Complete Poems and Plays of T.S. Eliot, Faber and Faber, London, 1969, p. 38.

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