The Case of the Disappearing Detective single work   criticism  
Issue Details: First known date: 2007 2007
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Once popular Australian crime novelist Arthur Upfield and his part-Aboriginal detective hero Bony, have disappeared from the Australian literary landscape. Caroline Baum explains why.

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  • Three items of correspondence about this article appear in Good Weekend, 10 February 2007.

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  • Appears in:
    y Good Weekend 20 January 2007 Z1349720 2007 newspaper issue 2007 pg. 26-29

Works about this Work

The Case of the Disappearing Detective Ian Morrison , 2007 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Good Weekend , 10 February 2007; (p. 10)
Morrison, a former librarian of the Baillieu Library, University of Melbourne, provides an addendum to Caroline Baum's statement that the bulk of Arthur Upfield's collection was purchased by American collectors. Morrison says: 'substantial portions of it were subsequently acquired by the University of Melbourne'.
The Case of the Disappearing Detective Ian Morrison , 2007 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Good Weekend , 10 February 2007; (p. 10)
Morrison, a former librarian of the Baillieu Library, University of Melbourne, provides an addendum to Caroline Baum's statement that the bulk of Arthur Upfield's collection was purchased by American collectors. Morrison says: 'substantial portions of it were subsequently acquired by the University of Melbourne'.
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