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'William Nicholas Willis (1858-1922) is one of the more obscure Australian writers and publishers of the first half of the twentieth century. Better known in his home country as a corrupt politician, he left Australia around 1910 for Singapore before moving onto London a year later. In addition to writing a couple of racing novels, he mounted a spirited campaign against the evils of the white slave trade, producing several polemical books on the topic.' (Publication abstract)

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    y Script & Print vol. 39 no. 4 December 2015 9156608 2015 periodical issue 2015 pg. 197-220
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