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Papers of Jocelynne Scutt, 1982-1994 [manuscript]

Title
Papers of Jocelynne Scutt, 1982-1994 [manuscript]
Repository
National Library of Australia Manuscript Collection
Reference
MS 9396
Date Range
1982 - 1994
Description

1982-1994.
4.48 m. (32 boxes]

The papers cover the period 1982-1994 and comprise various stages of drafts of books and articles edited, written and compiled by Scutt. Scutt's publications concentrate on legal and feminist issues. The collection includes a number of original works by Scutt and contributors prominent in the women's movement and other fields. The papers also include detective fiction that Scutt wrote and compiled under the pseudonym Melissa Chan featuring feminist detective heroine Francesca Miles. The papers document the methods of modern publishing as well as providing an insight into the creative writing process and feminist movement.

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