y Margin periodical issue  
Issue Details: First known date: 2004 no. 63 July/August 2004 of Margin est. 1977
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  • A Louisa Atkinson Special Issue -- Title page
  • Contents indexed selectively.


* Contents derived from the 2004 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Louisa Atkinson in the Southern Highlands and the Kurrajong, Patricia Clarke , 2004 single work criticism
Clarke provides an account of conversations she had with Louisa Atkinson's granddaughter, Janet Cosh while Clarke was researching Atkinson's life. The article also traces the development of Atkinson's love of the Australian bush and its fauna, her burgeoning writing career and the hardships she experienced in her personal life.
(p. 4-17)
Louisa Atkinson and 19th Century Women's Journalism, Megan Brown , 2004 single work criticism
Brown portrays Louisa Atkinson as a forthright woman, an informed science writer and a concerned environmentalist, recognising that on all counts she was ahead of her times.
(p. 19-34)
Note: Includes bibliography: p.32-34
Publishing Louisa Atkinson, Victor Crittenden , 2004 single work criticism
Crittenden describes the process of publishing in book form some of the works of Louisa Atkinson. He traces the design and printing processes, including the advances in technology that enabled him to establish his Australian Books on Demand series.
(p. 36-42)
Henry Handel Richardson : Birthday Celebrations, Clive Probyn , 2004 single work column
Probyn describes the annual events held in Chiltern, Victoria (one of Henry Handel Richardson's home towns) to commemorate Richardson's birthday.
(p. 46-47)

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