Although interest in Margaret Scott's work had been growing at the time of her death, her prose, especially her two novels, has been under-acknowledged since. With her poetry, it forms an illustrious body of work. Changing Countries, Bridging Worlds focuses on the transition Scott made in emigrating from England to Tasmania and traces how the strangeness and displacement she felt on arrival was transformed into acceptance and affection. Janet Upcher provides a perceptive view of how, by physically changing countries, Margaret Scott imaginatively changed the literary landscape of her adopted country, Australia.
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