y A Romance of Canvas Town and Other Stories selected work   short story  
Issue Details: First known date: 1898 1898
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Macmillan , 1898 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Canvas Town Romance, Rolf Boldrewood , 1885 single work short story Romance of Canvas Town (p. 3-20)
The Fencing of Wanderowna : A Tale of Squatting Life, Rolf Boldrewood , 1873 single work novella The Fencing of Wandaroona : A Reminiscence of Riverina Life (p. 21-151)
The Governess of the Poets, Rolf Boldrewood , 1898 single work short story (p. 153-250)
Our New Cook : A Tale of the Times, Rolf Boldrewood , 1876 single work short story humour (p. 251-313)
Angels Unawares, Rolf Boldrewood , 1898 single work short story (p. 315-339)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

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Literature 1898 single work review
— Appears in: The Sydney Mail , 17 December vol. 66 no. 2006 1898; (p. 1457)

— Review of A Romance of Canvas Town and Other Stories Rolf Boldrewood 1898 selected work short story
'... five stories pleasantly narrating colonial life, not up to the writer's best, but naturally, informed stories in which we are not treated to the absurdities which English writers indulge in when they depict us.'
Literature 1898 single work review
— Appears in: The Sydney Mail , 17 December vol. 66 no. 2006 1898; (p. 1457)

— Review of A Romance of Canvas Town and Other Stories Rolf Boldrewood 1898 selected work short story
'... five stories pleasantly narrating colonial life, not up to the writer's best, but naturally, informed stories in which we are not treated to the absurdities which English writers indulge in when they depict us.'
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