y The Home periodical issue  
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Issue Details: First known date: 1929 vol. 10 no. 6 1 June 1929 of The Home est. 1920
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  • Includes a brief section, 'Without "Atmosphere"' (by M. R. McG.), which discusses Australian literary content in relation to the question of what constitutes 'Australian atmosphere'. Making a comparison between Sydney and cities such as London, Paris and Rome, the writer asserts: 'There is the atmosphere of the bush, which is definite but dull. It has been presented after a set formula by generations of prose writers from Marcus Clarke to Henry Lawson [qq.v.], and it is questionable if readers want any more of it. In any event, it is to cities that one looks for a national atmosphere.' Having identified European centres which epitomise their national culture, the writer asks: 'Well what can you point to in Sydney and say "That is forever and inevitably Sydney"?' (content appears in the topical monthly column, 'With These Few Words')

Contents

* Contents derived from the 1929 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Let's Talk on Dietetics, Frank Middlemiss , 1929 single work essay humour (p. 26)
Henry Handel Richardson, Jane Mander , 1929 single work biography
'A further emphasis on the significance of this Australian novelist, together with an interview with her for "The Home".' (appears under title)
(p. 28, 72)
Note: illus., port.

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Works about this Work

The Home Blake Singley , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Found in Fryer : Stories from the Fryer Library Collection 2010; (p. 96-97)
Focuses patricularly on the special food number of the Home.
The Home Blake Singley , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Found in Fryer : Stories from the Fryer Library Collection 2010; (p. 96-97)
Focuses patricularly on the special food number of the Home.
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