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illus; portrait: C. Harley Grattan, Nettie Palmer, Miles Franklin

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Troubled Waters : Australian Spies in the Pacific : Glimpses from the Early Twentieth Century Bruce Bennett , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Reading Across the Pacific : Australia-United States Intellectual Histories 2010; (p. 209-223)
'This paper traces aspects of intelligence history and culture in the Pacific in the first quarter of the 20th century from an Australian perspective. Following Federation in 1901, Australia began to develop an intelligence capability in the Pacific. This was characterized by small-scale, 'lone ranger' operations by individuals such as William Bridges in places such as German Samoa, New Caledonia and New Guinea. Although a degree of national self-interest was involved, such exercises reinforced Australia's role in the British empire. Coverage extended to Japan before and after the Russo-Japanese war. Over time, the focus on Japan became paramount. Whereas previous activity among colonial possessions in the South Pacific had mainly involved military reconnaissance, Australian intelligence concerning Japan involved more complex, far-reaching strategic considerations. The contributions of Edmund Piesse and writer and scholar James Murdoch gave depth to Australian analyses of Japan during and after the First World War. Their advice brought them into significant conflict with Australian Prime Minister Hughes. This paper suggests that human intelligence benefits from the study of literature, culture and history. Pacific stories such as those of Louis Becke and fictional works set in Japan such as A.G.Hales's Little Blue Pigeon or James Murdoch's stories open the imagination to foreign ways of thinking and feeling. A corollary to this paper is the need for collaborative comparative studies of intelligence cultures and their histories on both sides of the Pacific.' (Author's abstract)
Transpacific or Transatlantic Traffic? Australian Books and American Publishers David Carter , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Reading Across the Pacific : Australia-United States Intellectual Histories 2010; (p. 339-359)
'This paper will attempt to describe the determining factors and structural patterns of relations between Australian books and American publishers from the 19th century to the present. Its central question will be: how did 'Australian books' find their way to American publishers? Can we discern any distinctive patterns over time or for particular genres, or simply an accumulation of one-off cases? To what extent, if at all, did the traffic in Australian books depend on cultural symmetries? Did Australian books travel as Australian or British books? In what ways were they dependent upon relations between Australian (or British) publishers or literary agents and their American counterparts? What role did international copyright regimes or trade agreements play? And how might the American connection change our understanding of 'Australian literature'?' (Author's abstract)
Untitled Peter Cowan , 1997 single work review
— Appears in: Westerly , Autumn vol. 42 no. 1 1997; (p. 129-132)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
Untitled David Goodman , 1997 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Historical Studies , April vol. 28 no. 108 1997; (p. 162-163)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
A Just and Worthy Tribute Geoffrey Serle , 1997 single work review
— Appears in: Overland , Winter no. 147 1997; (p. 77-78)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
Biography Traces Hartley Grattan's Life as First American "Australianist" Herbert C. Jaffa , 1996 single work review
— Appears in: Antipodes , June vol. 10 no. 1 1996; (p. 73-75)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
An American Australianist Gregory Melleuish , 1996 single work review
— Appears in: Quadrant , July-August vol. 40 no. 7-8 1996; (p. 92-94)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
C. Hartley Grattan Remembered J. J. Healy , 1996 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Literary Studies , May vol. 17 no. 3 1996; (p. 299-303)
Hartley Grattan and Australia-U.S. Connections Ross Fitzgerald , 1995 single work criticism
— Appears in: Queensland Review , September vol. 2 no. 2 1995; (p. 81-83)
Biography of an Australianist John Hanrahan , 1995 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , August no. 173 1995; (p. 26-27)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
Maverick Who Took Australia to His Heart Brian Matthews , 1995 single work review
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 2 September 1995; (p. 10A)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
Biographical Blokiness Humphrey McQueen , 1995 single work review
— Appears in: The Independent Monthly , [vol.7 no.6], December-January (1995-1996) 1995; (p. 84-86)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography ; The Push : an impressionist memoir Judy Ogilvie 1995 single work novel ; Pioneer Players : The Lives of Louis and Hilda Esson Peter Fitzpatrick 1995 single work biography ; In Search of Steele Rudd : Author of the Classic Dad and Dave Stories Richard Fotheringham 1995 single work biography
Visiting the Antipodes Peter Spearritt , 1995 single work review
— Appears in: The Age , 23 December 1995; (p. 6)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography ; Great Southern Landings : An Anthology of Antipodean Travel 1995 anthology short story prose extract biography
Biography of an Australianist John Hanrahan , 1995 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , August no. 173 1995; (p. 26-27)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
Maverick Who Took Australia to His Heart Brian Matthews , 1995 single work review
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 2 September 1995; (p. 10A)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
Biographical Blokiness Humphrey McQueen , 1995 single work review
— Appears in: The Independent Monthly , [vol.7 no.6], December-January (1995-1996) 1995; (p. 84-86)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography ; The Push : an impressionist memoir Judy Ogilvie 1995 single work novel ; Pioneer Players : The Lives of Louis and Hilda Esson Peter Fitzpatrick 1995 single work biography ; In Search of Steele Rudd : Author of the Classic Dad and Dave Stories Richard Fotheringham 1995 single work biography
Visiting the Antipodes Peter Spearritt , 1995 single work review
— Appears in: The Age , 23 December 1995; (p. 6)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography ; Great Southern Landings : An Anthology of Antipodean Travel 1995 anthology short story prose extract biography
Biography Traces Hartley Grattan's Life as First American "Australianist" Herbert C. Jaffa , 1996 single work review
— Appears in: Antipodes , June vol. 10 no. 1 1996; (p. 73-75)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
An American Australianist Gregory Melleuish , 1996 single work review
— Appears in: Quadrant , July-August vol. 40 no. 7-8 1996; (p. 92-94)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
Untitled Peter Cowan , 1997 single work review
— Appears in: Westerly , Autumn vol. 42 no. 1 1997; (p. 129-132)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
Untitled David Goodman , 1997 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Historical Studies , April vol. 28 no. 108 1997; (p. 162-163)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
A Just and Worthy Tribute Geoffrey Serle , 1997 single work review
— Appears in: Overland , Winter no. 147 1997; (p. 77-78)

— Review of No Casual Traveller : Hartley Grattan and Australia-US Connections Laurie Hergenhan 1995 single work criticism biography
Hartley Grattan and Australia-U.S. Connections Ross Fitzgerald , 1995 single work criticism
— Appears in: Queensland Review , September vol. 2 no. 2 1995; (p. 81-83)
Troubled Waters : Australian Spies in the Pacific : Glimpses from the Early Twentieth Century Bruce Bennett , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Reading Across the Pacific : Australia-United States Intellectual Histories 2010; (p. 209-223)
'This paper traces aspects of intelligence history and culture in the Pacific in the first quarter of the 20th century from an Australian perspective. Following Federation in 1901, Australia began to develop an intelligence capability in the Pacific. This was characterized by small-scale, 'lone ranger' operations by individuals such as William Bridges in places such as German Samoa, New Caledonia and New Guinea. Although a degree of national self-interest was involved, such exercises reinforced Australia's role in the British empire. Coverage extended to Japan before and after the Russo-Japanese war. Over time, the focus on Japan became paramount. Whereas previous activity among colonial possessions in the South Pacific had mainly involved military reconnaissance, Australian intelligence concerning Japan involved more complex, far-reaching strategic considerations. The contributions of Edmund Piesse and writer and scholar James Murdoch gave depth to Australian analyses of Japan during and after the First World War. Their advice brought them into significant conflict with Australian Prime Minister Hughes. This paper suggests that human intelligence benefits from the study of literature, culture and history. Pacific stories such as those of Louis Becke and fictional works set in Japan such as A.G.Hales's Little Blue Pigeon or James Murdoch's stories open the imagination to foreign ways of thinking and feeling. A corollary to this paper is the need for collaborative comparative studies of intelligence cultures and their histories on both sides of the Pacific.' (Author's abstract)
Transpacific or Transatlantic Traffic? Australian Books and American Publishers David Carter , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Reading Across the Pacific : Australia-United States Intellectual Histories 2010; (p. 339-359)
'This paper will attempt to describe the determining factors and structural patterns of relations between Australian books and American publishers from the 19th century to the present. Its central question will be: how did 'Australian books' find their way to American publishers? Can we discern any distinctive patterns over time or for particular genres, or simply an accumulation of one-off cases? To what extent, if at all, did the traffic in Australian books depend on cultural symmetries? Did Australian books travel as Australian or British books? In what ways were they dependent upon relations between Australian (or British) publishers or literary agents and their American counterparts? What role did international copyright regimes or trade agreements play? And how might the American connection change our understanding of 'Australian literature'?' (Author's abstract)
C. Hartley Grattan Remembered J. J. Healy , 1996 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Literary Studies , May vol. 17 no. 3 1996; (p. 299-303)
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