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Australian literature from its beginnings to 1935 : a descriptive and bibliographical survey of books by Australian authors in poetry, drama, fiction, criticism and anthology with subsidiary entries to 1938 / by E. Morris Miller ; initiated and commenced by John Quick ; assisted by Fred J. Broomfield
Bib ID 2218671
Format BookBook
Author
Miller, E. Morris (Edmund Morris), 1881-1964
 
Description Sydney : Sydney University Press, 1975, c1973 
2 vol.([xi],1078p.) ; 24cm. 
ISBN 0424069202 (set)
0424067005 (volume 1)
0424067102 (volume 2)
Full contents Includes indexes. 
Notes

Index.

Reprint (with corrections and additions) of 1973 facsimile of 1940 edition.

"Alphabetical list of non-Australian authors of novels associated with Australia": v. 2, p. 966-971.

Subjects English literature. Australian writers. Critical studies. Facsimiles  |  Australian literature - History and criticism.  |  Australia - Bibliography.
Other authors/contributors Broomfield, Fred J  |  Quick, John, Sir, 1852-1932
Also Titled

Australian literature 1795-1938


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