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y Girls Together single work   novel   young adult  
Issue Details: First known date: 1898 1898
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'Mabel falls in love with Lennie's brother Bert, much to Lennie's chagrin. Lennie feels out of kilter with the more mature tastes of Mabel, recently returned from studying art in Paris' (Oxford Companion to Australian Children's Literature 411).

Notes

  • Sequel to Teens.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

Publications Received 1898 single work review
— Appears in: The Queenslander , 12 November 1898; (p. 930, 931)

— Review of Rodman the Boatsteerer and Other Stories Louis Becke 1898 selected work short story ; Girls Together Louise Mack 1898 single work novel
The reviewer writes that most of the short sketches in Beck's book had appeared previously in magazines and the best of them are about white men and brown women. Girls Together, the sequel to Teens, is reported as a 'girl's book' in a 'dainty style.'
Publications Received 1898 single work review
— Appears in: The Queenslander , 12 November 1898; (p. 930, 931)

— Review of Rodman the Boatsteerer and Other Stories Louis Becke 1898 selected work short story ; Girls Together Louise Mack 1898 single work novel
The reviewer writes that most of the short sketches in Beck's book had appeared previously in magazines and the best of them are about white men and brown women. Girls Together, the sequel to Teens, is reported as a 'girl's book' in a 'dainty style.'
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