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Issue Details: First known date: 1992... 1992 The Blosseville File
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Ringwood, Ringwood - Croydon - Kilsyth area, Melbourne - East, Melbourne, Victoria,: Penguin , 1992 .
      Extent: 185p.
      ISBN: 0140159886

Works about this Work

Australian Literature and the Making of History Paul Sharrad , 2006 single work criticism
— Appears in: Lemuria , Winter vol. 1 no. 1 2006; (p. 55-74)
Sharrad in this essay discusses a wide range of Australian fiction with attention to its negotiations with history. Sharrad says that the struggle of the writers he examines 'has been both to recover and reject history' (72-73). Through fiction, history is brought to life but 'lest we become trapped by the tyranny of the past, the writer has also to perform literary exorcisms that will free the future from the hauntings which currently still visit the Australian national present' (73).
Seamy Side Heather L. E. Neilson , 1992 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , May no. 140 1992; (p. 20)

— Review of The Blosseville File Nicholas Hasluck , 1992 single work novel
Flimsy File Filled with Facile Satire Peter Hutchings , 1992 single work review
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 28 March 1992; (p. 47)

— Review of The Blosseville File Nicholas Hasluck , 1992 single work novel
A Pity to See Talent Go West Leon Trainor , 1992 single work review
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 28-29 March 1992; (p. rev 7)

— Review of The Blosseville File Nicholas Hasluck , 1992 single work novel
Rewarding Rogues and Rebels Rosemary O'Grady , 1992 single work review
— Appears in: The Age , 28 March 1992; (p. 8)

— Review of The Blosseville File Nicholas Hasluck , 1992 single work novel
Recent Australian Fiction Cynthia Blanche , 1992 single work review
— Appears in: Quadrant , November vol. 36 no. 11 1992; (p. 86-88)

— Review of Raising the Shadow Tom Petsinis , 1992 single work novel ; The Last Magician Janette Turner Hospital , 1992 single work novel ; Good Night, Mr Moon Barbara Hanrahan , 1992 single work novel ; The Blosseville File Nicholas Hasluck , 1992 single work novel ; Breaking Glass : A Novel in Two Parts John Clanchy , 1992 single work novel ; Things Could Be Worse Lily Brett , 1999 selected work short story ; What God Wants Lily Brett , 1991 selected work short story ; Magpie : A Novel Brian Matthews , Peter Goldsworthy , 1992 single work novel
Alive or Clever? Jane Stephens , 1992 single work review
— Appears in: Modern Times , March 1992; (p. 29)

— Review of The Sensualist Antonio Casella , 1991 single work novel ; The Blosseville File Nicholas Hasluck , 1992 single work novel
Forecasts Jane Freeman , 1991 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Bookseller & Publisher , November vol. 71 no. 1021 1991; (p. 20)

— Review of The Blosseville File Nicholas Hasluck , 1992 single work novel
Are We Really so Awful? Katharine England , 1992 single work review
— Appears in: The Advertiser Magazine , 1 February 1992; (p. 12)

— Review of The Blosseville File Nicholas Hasluck , 1992 single work novel
Biting and Funny Veronica Sen , 1992 single work review
— Appears in: The Canberra Times , 7 March 1992; (p. C9)

— Review of The Blosseville File Nicholas Hasluck , 1992 single work novel
Australian Literature and the Making of History Paul Sharrad , 2006 single work criticism
— Appears in: Lemuria , Winter vol. 1 no. 1 2006; (p. 55-74)
Sharrad in this essay discusses a wide range of Australian fiction with attention to its negotiations with history. Sharrad says that the struggle of the writers he examines 'has been both to recover and reject history' (72-73). Through fiction, history is brought to life but 'lest we become trapped by the tyranny of the past, the writer has also to perform literary exorcisms that will free the future from the hauntings which currently still visit the Australian national present' (73).
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