The article argues that the historical and discursive link between ordinariness and patriarchal whiteness has been finely explored by Patrick White in the novel, Voss (1957), which stands as a critique of the hegemonic effects of white affect in its engagement with the experiential diversity of the everyday.

Voss and the Ordinariness of Whiteness

RUSSO, KATHERINE ELIZABETH
2011

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The article argues that the historical and discursive link between ordinariness and patriarchal whiteness has been finely explored by Patrick White in the novel, Voss (1957), which stands as a critique of the hegemonic effects of white affect in its engagement with the experiential diversity of the everyday.
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