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Images of Australia : a history of Australian children's literature 1941-1970 / Maurice Saxby
Bib ID 1594639
Format BookBook
Author
Saxby, H. M. (Henry Maurice), 1924-
 
Online Versions
Description Sydney : Scholastic Australia, 2002 
848 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 1865042773
1865044563
Summary

Images of Australia: a history of Australian children's literature 1941-1970.

Full contents
  • Machine derived contents note: Introduction 1
  • I The Historical, Social and Educational Context 7
  • Eleanor Spence 9
  • Colin Thiele 1 1
  • Joan Phipson 12 12
  • Ivan Southall 12
  • David Martin 13
  • An Australian literature 17
  • The educational context 22
  • The cultural context 26
 
Notes

A complete rewrite of Saxby's History of Australian children's literature, 1941-1970.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Children's literature, Australian - History and criticism.  |  Australia - In literature.
Other authors/contributors Saxby, H. M. (Henry Maurice), 1924-. History of Australian children's literature  |  Saxby, H. M. (Henry Maurice), 1924-. History of Australian children's literature, 1941-1970  |  Saxby, H. M. (Henry Maurice), 1924-. History of Australian children's literature 1941-1970

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