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Issue Details: First known date: 1996... 1996 The Louisa Factor : The Historical Treatment of Louisa Lawson
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Pfisterer-Smith examines the inadequacies of past biographical studies of Louisa Lawson, finding that many discredit her through comparison with her son, Henry Lawson, and others. Argues that a truer portrait is revealed by those who examine Louisa Lawson objectively to reveal the many connections and influences that radiate from her.

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