y Dinkinbar single work   novel  
Issue Details: First known date: 1898 1898
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      Constable , 1898 .
      Extent: vii, 310p.p.

Works about this Work

Publications Received 1899 single work review
— Appears in: The Queenslander , 4 February 1899; (p. 211)

— Review of Dinkinbar Herbert C. MacIlwaine 1898 single work novel ; Sprays of Language : In Leaf and Flower Archibald Crawford Brown 1898 single work poetry ; Half-Crown Bob and Tales of the Riverine 'Price Warung' 1898 selected work short story

The reviewer describes Dinkinbar as Australian in plot and scenery describing how the English characters are changed by their experiences in the Australian bush.

The reviewer says of Sprays of Language in Leaf and Flower that what the book of poems 'gains in feeling it loses in technique'.

The reviewer introduces Tales of the Riverine and Half-Crown Bob as short stories which are mainly about the doings of the Darling River steamboats and their crews. It is described as strongly written with a touch of pathos and satire.

Publications Received 1899 single work review
— Appears in: The Queenslander , 4 February 1899; (p. 211)

— Review of Dinkinbar Herbert C. MacIlwaine 1898 single work novel ; Sprays of Language : In Leaf and Flower Archibald Crawford Brown 1898 single work poetry ; Half-Crown Bob and Tales of the Riverine 'Price Warung' 1898 selected work short story

The reviewer describes Dinkinbar as Australian in plot and scenery describing how the English characters are changed by their experiences in the Australian bush.

The reviewer says of Sprays of Language in Leaf and Flower that what the book of poems 'gains in feeling it loses in technique'.

The reviewer introduces Tales of the Riverine and Half-Crown Bob as short stories which are mainly about the doings of the Darling River steamboats and their crews. It is described as strongly written with a touch of pathos and satire.

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