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y separately published work icon Austin Friars single work   short story  
Alternative title: Austin Friars : Melbourne Reminiscenses
Issue Details: First known date: 1866... 1866 Austin Friars
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The narrator fondly reminisces about his time spent living at a Melbourne hotel known as 'The Friars' upon his arrival in Australia. His fellow residents and the suburban locals provided stimulating companionship.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Published under Marcus Clarke's pseudonym 'Mark Scrivener' in The Australian Monthly Magazine
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Australian Monthly Magazine vol. 2 no. 9 May 1866 Z626490 1866 periodical issue 1866 pg. 199-209
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Marcus Clarke Memorial Volume Marcus Clarke , Hamilton Mackinnon , Archibald Philip Primrose , Hamilton Mackinnon (editor), Melbourne : Cameron, Laing , 1884 Z132097 1884 selected work poetry short story prose biography Melbourne : Cameron, Laing , 1884 pg. 153-167
    Note: With title: Austin Friars : Melbourne Reminiscenses
    • Bacchus Marsh, Bacchus Marsh - Ballan area, Melbourne - Outer West / North West, Melbourne, Victoria,: Garravembi Press , 1993 .
      Extent: 25p.
      Edition info: Standard ed. consists of 215 copies; deluxe ed. 35 copies.
      • First published in the Australian monthly magazine, vol II, no. 9, May 1866, under Clarke's pseudonym of Mark Scrivener.
      • 'Twelfth booke of Garravembi.'
      ISBN: 1875486100, 1875486097 (deluxe)

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  • Melbourne, Victoria,
  • London,
    United Kingdom (UK),
    Western Europe, Europe,
  • 1860s
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