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The Australian nationalists : modern critical essays / edited by Chris Wallace-Crabbe
Bib ID 1998433
Format BookBook
Description Melbourne ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1971 
xiii, 238 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0195503767
0195503643
Full contents
  • The legend, by V. Palmer.
  • The birth of a culture, by R. M. Crawford.
  • The role of the Bulletin in indigenous short-story writing during the eighties and nineties, by K. Levis.
  • Steele Rudd and Henry Lawson, by A. D. Hope.
  • Henry Lawson, by D. O'Grady.
  • Lawson revisited, by A. A. Phillips.
  • Lawson's Joe Wilson: a skeleton novel, by C. Wallace-Crabbe
  • Review of Miles Franklin's Joseph Furphy, by A. D. Hope.
  • The structure of Joseph Furphy's Such is life, by J. Barnes.
  • Society and nature in Such is life, by B. Kiernan.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Australian literature - 19th century - History and criticism.
Other authors/contributors Wallace-Crabbe, Chris

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