y Adventures of Louis de Rougemont, as Told by Himself single work   novel   adventure  
Issue Details: First known date: 1899 1899
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  • Dedication: To my Devoted Wife, Yamba, The Noblest Work of the Creator, A Good Woman, And to her People, my True and Steadfast Friends, who never wavered in their confidence or attachment, and to whom I owe the Preservation of my Life, This work Is Gratefully Dedicated.

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First published in serialised form in the Wide World Magazine v.1 no.5 (Aug. 1898)- v.3, no.14 (May 1899).
    • London,
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      England,
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      United Kingdom (UK),
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      Western Europe, Europe,
      :
      Heinemann , 1899 .
      Extent: xx, 396p.p.
      Description: illus., port.
      Note/s:
      • Title page reads: The Adventures of Louis de Rougemont As Told by Himself, With Forty-Six Illustrations
      • Preface by William G. Fitz-Gerald, editor of the Wide World Magazine.
      • Heinemann's Colonial Library of Popular Fiction
    • London,
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      England,
      c
      c
      United Kingdom (UK),
      c
      Western Europe, Europe,
      :
      George Newnes , 1899 .
      Extent: xx, 396p.p.
      Description: illus., port.
      Note/s:
      • Title page reads: The Adventures of Louis de Rougemont As Told by Himself, With Forty-six Illustrations
    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
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      United States of America (USA),
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      Americas,
      :
      Lippincott , 1900 .
      Extent: xvii, 396 p.p.
      Description: illus.
Alternative title: Tredive Aar blandt de Vilde : populærvidenskabelige Rejse-Eventyr
Language: Danish

Works about this Work

De Rougemont and Us and Some Digressions Henry Lawson , 1981-1984 single work prose
— Appears in: La Trobe Library Journal , October vol. 7 no. 28 (p. 95-97) A Camp-Fire Yarn : Henry Lawson Complete Works 1885-1900 1984; (p. 863-865)
"Lawson's article, undated but probably written in 1899, takes the [de Rougemont] hoax and uses it to propound his own theories about the relevant places of fact and fiction, and Australian fiction in particular. It is notable for its defence of de Rougemont in the wake of a violent reaction from a previously all too credulous public." - La Trobe Library Journal 28, 1981, p.95
y The Most Amazing Story a Man Ever Lived to Tell Geoff Maslen , Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1977 Z1020211 1977 single work biography
Publications Received 1899 single work review
— Appears in: The Queenslander , 7 October 1899; (p. 711)

— Review of Adventures of Louis de Rougemont, as Told by Himself Louis De Rougemont 1899 single work novel
The reviewer finds this fiction 'entertaining reading'.
Publications Received 1899 single work review
— Appears in: The Queenslander , 7 October 1899; (p. 711)

— Review of Adventures of Louis de Rougemont, as Told by Himself Louis De Rougemont 1899 single work novel
The reviewer finds this fiction 'entertaining reading'.
y The Most Amazing Story a Man Ever Lived to Tell Geoff Maslen , Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1977 Z1020211 1977 single work biography
De Rougemont and Us and Some Digressions Henry Lawson , 1981-1984 single work prose
— Appears in: La Trobe Library Journal , October vol. 7 no. 28 (p. 95-97) A Camp-Fire Yarn : Henry Lawson Complete Works 1885-1900 1984; (p. 863-865)
"Lawson's article, undated but probably written in 1899, takes the [de Rougemont] hoax and uses it to propound his own theories about the relevant places of fact and fiction, and Australian fiction in particular. It is notable for its defence of de Rougemont in the wake of a violent reaction from a previously all too credulous public." - La Trobe Library Journal 28, 1981, p.95
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