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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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505 0 0 |aMachine 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 -- Children's libraries 26 -- School libraries and services 29 -- The Children's Book Council of Australia 30 -- Publishing and bookselling 32 -- Specialist collections 34 -- Educational publishing 35 -- Shifting emphases 40 -- 2 Advance Australia Fair 58 -- European discovery and early exploration 58 -- First Fleet and settlement at Sydney Cove 64 -- Doris Chadwick 66 -- Early Sydney 70 -- Eve Pownall 72 -- Nance Donkin 73 -- Colonial Australia 77 -- Judith Wright 81 -- Eleanor Spence 85 -- Mavis Thorpe Clark 90 -- 3 Young and Free: Immigrants, Settlers -- and New Australians 99 -- The migrant family 1 102 -- Nan Chauncy 105 -- -- -- -- Happy immigrants 108 -- Dale Collins 1 108 -- Lydia S Eliott 113 -- Emigrant adventures 114 -- William Hatfield 114 -- G W Barrington 115 -- Robin Baker and Robert Bateman 117 -- Newcomers and assisted migrants: tthe New Australians 119 -- Allan Aldous 120 -- Denys Burrows 125 -- At the diggings: the search for gold and mineral wealth 129 -- The Eureka Stockade 129 -- The Diggings 131 -- Frank Gerald Kellaway :133 -- Margaret Paice 135 -- Other than gold 136 -- Mavis Thorpe Clark 137 -- A wider perspective 139 -- George Finkel 139 -- 4 The Face of Australia: Mapping the Landscape 144 -- Landscapes: the wilderness 146 -- The desert 149 -- Mary Elwyn Patchett 1 49 -- Reginald Ottley 150 -- Joan Woodbery 155 -- Olaf Ruhen 156 -- The Bush: rural and community life 1 57 -- The pastoral landcape 157 -- Dale Collins 158 -- Nan Chauncy 160 -- Joan Phipson 166 -- Patricia Wrightson 169 -- Overseas Publishing 170 -- Life on the rivers and the river trade 171 -- Ray Harris 173 -- Elizabeth Wilton 176 -- Max Fatchen 177 -- -- -- -- Colin Thiele 1 7 9 -- Regions and communities: the Barossa Valley 180 -- The New South Wales central coast 182 -- Eleanor Spence 182 -- Timber country and remote corers 184 -- Margaret Paice 184 -- The Blue Mountains 186 -- The Snowy country 187 -- Elyne M itchell 18 8 -- Seascapes: the sea, the coast and the seaside 189 -- The Sea 1 189 -- Colin Thiele 19 0 -- The coast and the seaside 193 -- Joan Woodbery 193 -- Cityscapes 1 196 -- Miles Franklin 1 9 7 -- Landscape as event and as character 199 -- Len H Evers 2 0 0 -- Patricia Wrightson 203 -- Hesba Fay Brinsmead 209 -- Mapping Australia 217 -- 5 A Land of Adventure 224 -- The Superhero 3 0 -- Biggles 230 -- Simon Black 232 -- Colossal Corcoran 234 -- Dirk Rogers 235 -- Peter Kent 2 3 7 -- Peter Keene 2 3 9 -- Captain Mettle 239 -- Jeremy Danby 240 -- The heroic tradition 241 -- Allan Aldous 241 -- The Royal Flying Doctor Service 248 -- James M Downie 249 -- Elizabeth Beresford 250 -- Michael Noonan 251 -- -- -- -- Adventure in the outback ' 253 -- The Kimberleys 254 -- Richard Henry Graves 256 -- Phyllis Mary Power 257 -- Joan Woodbery 260 -- Mary Elwyn Patchett 261 -- Adventure at sea 269 -- R S Porteous 269 -- Alan Villiers 272 -- James Vance Marshall 272 -- John Gunn 273 -- Islands; reefs; treasure and mystery 274 -- Charles Leslie Barrett 276 -- Pearls 277 -- Sunken/buried treasure 277 -- Harold Arthur Lindsay 278 -- Melva Lear 279 -- Mervyn A Cooke 2 0 280 -- Paul Buddee 280 -- Leslie Rees 2 282 -- Variations on the theme 282 -- War, the cold war, politics 284 -- Charles S Gould 285 -- Claire Meillon 285 -- Coutts Brisbane 286 -- Jim Blair 288 -- George Finkel 289 -- N E Buette 290 -- Nancy Parker 290 -- Uranium 291 -- Woomera 2 92 -- Seducing the reader with story 294 -- Ruth Park 295 -- Survival and a new concept of the heroic: -- 'real adventure belongs to us' 299 -- Ivan Southall 299 -- Bushfire 316 -- Flood 318 -- Survival 318 -- Lilith Norman 319 -- -- -- -- 6 Aboriginal Life and Lore 327 -- Government policies 332 -- The image of the Aboriginal in children's literature 334 -- M yalls and savages 336 -- The vanguished savage 337 -- The courteous savage 339 -- The respected savage and the skilful tracker 340 -- A n th ro p o lo g y 3 4 3 -- Norman Barnett Tindale and Haro,ld Arthur Lindsay 345 -- Paternalism 347 -- Guide, protector, friend and saviour 348 -- Mavis Thorpe Clark 350 -- Judith Wright 352 -- Joan Woodbery 353 -- James Vance Marshall 355 -- Cross cultures and race relations 359 -- Frederick John McLeod 359 -- Rex Ingamells 3 6 0 -- M J Unw in 362 -- Stella Sammon 364 -- Patricia Wrightson 365 -- Nan Chauncy 3 6 9 -- Of two worlds 3 2 372 -- Hesba Fay Brinsm ead 372 -- Audrey Oldfield 37 5 -- Island people 378 -- Kylie Tennant 3 7 9 -- Elisabeth Maclntyre 381 -- Picture books and the curious blackman 382 -- Brownie Downing 386 -- Mary and Elizabeth Durack 387 -- Photographic art 389 -- Legends and stories 391 -- K Langloh Parker 395 -- Framing the stories 399 -- Folktale and fantasy 401 -- Stories from the source 402 -- Retellings of collected stories 406 -- -- -- -- 7 Families, Friends and Neighbours 415 -- Childness 418 -- A feminine bias 420 -- New talents; new energy 421 -- Idealised/ romanticised families 422 -- Echoes of war 424 -- Charles S Gould 424 -- Anne Bracken 424 -- Dora Joan Potter 426 -- Dora Birtles 427 -- Keane Wilson 427 -- Ruth Marjorie Hawker 428 -- Personal development and religion 427 -- Guides to healthy living 429 -- Bible stories 431 -- Fiction 432 -- Deborah Elizabeth Bennett 432 -- Marjorie Buckingham 433 -- Resourceful females 435 -- Dora Birtles 436 -- Margaret Traill Bartleet 436 -- Joyce Nicholson 437 -- Nance Clare Donkin 438 -- Irene Cheyne 441 -- Veronica Kathleen Basser 442 -- Images of the family 442 -- Helen Fowler 444 -- Family structures and roles 445 -- Father-son relationships and family 1euding 448 -- Richard Parker 448 -- The Larrikin 449 -- Fatty Finn and Ginger Meggs 451 -- The larrikin in action 453 -- The cheerful larrikin 454 -- Smiley 455 -- Ira (Iris) Nesdale 459 -- Joan Woodbery 460 -- Louts and delinquents 461 -- The Establishment writes 461 -- -- -- -- Margaret Paice 464 -- Nan Chauncy 4 6 8 -- Joan P hipson 4 7 8 -- Patricia Wrightson 491 -- Eleanor Spence 498 -- Mavis Thorpe Clark 502 -- Hesba Fay Brinsmead 511 -- Margaret Balderson 521 -- A composite picture 525 -- Books for Young Adults 528 -- Females in the novel for young adults 531 -- Nourma Handford 531 -- Males in the novel for young adults 536 -- John K iddell 5 3 8 -- John Mill Couper 540 -- 8 Fantasy in Australia 553 -- An Australian fairyland? 554 -- Searching for Australian fairies 5 556 -- Moralising fairies 557 -- Displaced fairies 558 -- Peg Maltby 5 6 1 -- An Australian landscape: bush fantasies 564 -- Light-hearted fantasy for young readers 570 -- Escapist Fantasy 571 -- Humour and satire 578 -- Sydney Alexander Wakefield 580 -- Randolph Stow 582 -- Secondary worlds 5 585 -- Mariorie Collard O'Dea 586 -- Alan Marshall 588 -- Nan Chauncy 591 -- Science fiction 594 -- 9 Animal Life and Nature 603 -- The wonderland of nature: lessons in natural science 608 -- First books and picture stories for early childhood 614 -- Timothy Kay 615 -- -- -- -- Elisabeth Maclntyre 61 6 -- Slugs, worms and caterpillars 617 -- Animal young and the life cycle 619 -- Leslie Rees and Walter Cunningham 621 -- More animal young 626 -- Supplementary readers and cirriculum support 627 -- Kangaroos 630 -- Skippy 631 -- More talking animals and insects 635 -- David Hunter Gilmore 636 -- Ruth Park 6 3 8 -- Judith Wright 6 4 0 -- Realistic novels of bird and animal Life 641 -- Henry George Lamond 642 -- Charles Kenneth Thompson 645 -- Wild dogs and brumbies 648 -- Mary Elwyn Patchett 6 4 8 -- Elyne Mitchell 654 -- Horse stories 6 6 0 -- The Thylacine 663 -- Pets and domestic animals 664 -- 10 Early and Middle Childhood Literature 73 -- First books 679 -- Nursery rhymes, alphabet and counting books 679 -- Developing concepts and playing with ideas 682 -- Kathleen Mellor 68 2 -- Jill Meillon 684 -- Mass marketing 685 -- Anne Bracken 6 8 7 -- Connie Christie 688 -- John Mystery 6 8 9 -- Illustrated stories and the development -- of the picture book 692 -- Photographic picture books 695 -- Mechanised heroes 700 -- The evolving picture book 702 -- Ted Greenwood 714 -- Desmond Digby 1 5 -- -- -- -- Beginning readers 716 -- Jean Chapman 7 1 7 -- Irene Cheyne 718 -- Barbara Woods 72 2 -- Middle childhood and junior novels 724 -- Ella McFadyen 7 2 6 -- Thomas Stuart Gurr 7 728 -- Mavis Thorpe Clark 730 -- Betty Roland 734 -- 11 Songs, Plays and Poetry 741 -- Songs 742 -- Plays 7 4 7 -- Poetry 7 5 1 -- A boriginality in verse 752 -- Domestic verse 754 -- Nature and wild life 763 -- Humour and whimsy 767 -- Dame Mary Gilmore 771 -- Anthologies 773 -- Verse by young Australians 776 -- Conclusion 782 -- Images of the landscape 785 -- Images of white discovery, settlement and early Australia 787 -- Images of changing social conditions and -- attitudinal m odification 788 -- Images of the family and a structured society 788 -- The developing nature of narrative 789 -- Images of popular culture 791 -- Title Index 795 -- General Index 5 82 -- Publishers 848.
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