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Is part of Henry Lawson : Collected Prose 1972 series - publisher single work
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Contents

* Contents derived from the Sydney, New South Wales,:Angus and Robertson , 1972 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
It Was Awful, Henry Lawson , 1894 single work short story (p. 111-112)
At Dead Dingo, Henry Lawson , 1901 single work short story humour (p. 451-454)
Ah Dam, Henry Lawson , 1967 single work short story (p. 797-800)

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Time in Some Aussie and Kiwi Short Stories : Lawson, Baynton, Palmer, and Sargeson Angelo Righetti , 2012 single work criticism
— Appears in: Time and the Short Story 2012; (p. 105-118)
'The short story in Australia and New Zealand has flourished from the last decade of the nineteenth century onwards, and has been strictly bound to orality - yarns, yarn-spinning (Bennet 5) - from its early days, as the speech cadence of a usually sympathetic storyteller, either involved in the narrative, or simply an eye-witness or a bystander, interacting with listeners / readers, influences its time-scale, rhythm, tempo and structure.

A few significant stories by representative short-fiction writers from the late nineteenty century well into the mid-twentieth century - Australian Henry Lawson, Barbara Baynton, Vance Palmer, and New Zealand Frank Sargeson - though reflecting specific colonial realities and issues in a period of nation building, will be discussed here for their contribution to a relatively new genre, with specific regard to their treatment of time, changing from a traditional to a gradually experimental mode where they are sometimes forerunners or aware of modernist techniques.' (105)
Narrative Technique in Lawson's Joe Wilson Stories John Maddocks , 1977 single work criticism
— Appears in: Southerly , March vol. 37 no. 1 1977; (p. 97-107)
Maddocks argues that Joe Wilson, as narrator, attains the balance of objectivity and imaginative evocation sought in Lawson's earlier fiction. The subject of the stories in Joe Wilson and His Mates is Joe Wilson's consciousness as it vacillates between objectivity and personal reminiscence.
Lawson Memorial A. Norman Jeffares , 1975 single work review
— Appears in: The Journal of Commonwealth Literature , August vol. 10 no. 1 1975; (p. 77-79)

— Review of Henry Lawson : Autobiographical and Other Writings 1877-1922 Henry Lawson , 1972 selected work prose short story autobiography correspondence ; Henry Lawson : Letters : 1890-1922 Henry Lawson , 1970 selected work correspondence ; Henry Lawson : Short Stories and Sketches, 1888-1922 Henry Lawson , 1972 selected work short story prose
Short Views G. A. Wilkes , 1973 single work review
— Appears in: Southerly , September vol. 33 no. 3 1973; (p. 346-347)

— Review of Henry Lawson : Short Stories and Sketches, 1888-1922 Henry Lawson , 1972 selected work short story prose
Short Views G. A. Wilkes , 1973 single work review
— Appears in: Southerly , September vol. 33 no. 3 1973; (p. 346-347)

— Review of Henry Lawson : Autobiographical and Other Writings 1877-1922 Henry Lawson , 1972 selected work prose short story autobiography correspondence ; Henry Lawson : Short Stories and Sketches, 1888-1922 Henry Lawson , 1972 selected work short story prose
Untitled Maurice Dunlevy , 1972 single work review
— Appears in: The Canberra Times , 1 July 1972; (p. 14)

— Review of Henry Lawson : Collected Prose 1972 series - publisher single work ; Henry Lawson : Short Stories and Sketches, 1888-1922 Henry Lawson , 1972 selected work short story prose ; Henry Lawson : Autobiographical and Other Writings 1877-1922 Henry Lawson , 1972 selected work prose short story autobiography correspondence
Untitled Thomas Keneally , 1972 single work review
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 19 August 1972; (p. 22)

— Review of Henry Lawson : Collected Prose 1972 series - publisher single work ; Henry Lawson : Short Stories and Sketches, 1888-1922 Henry Lawson , 1972 selected work short story prose
Untitled Brian Kiernan , 1972 single work review
— Appears in: The Australian , 8 July 1972; (p. 28)

— Review of Henry Lawson : Collected Prose 1972 series - publisher single work ; Henry Lawson : Short Stories and Sketches, 1888-1922 Henry Lawson , 1972 selected work short story prose
Untitled A. A. Phillips , 1972 single work review
— Appears in: The Age , 5 August 1972; (p. 15)

— Review of Henry Lawson : Collected Prose 1972 series - publisher single work ; Henry Lawson : Short Stories and Sketches, 1888-1922 Henry Lawson , 1972 selected work short story prose ; Henry Lawson : Autobiographical and Other Writings 1877-1922 Henry Lawson , 1972 selected work prose short story autobiography correspondence
Untitled Leon Cantrell , 1973 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Literary Studies , May vol. 6 no. 1 1973; (p. 99-104)

— Review of The Receding Wave : Henry Lawson's prose Brian Matthews , 1972 single work criticism ; Henry Lawson A. A. Phillips , 1970 single work criticism biography ; Henry Lawson Criticism 1894-1971 1972 anthology criticism ; Henry Lawson : Short Stories and Sketches, 1888-1922 Henry Lawson , 1972 selected work short story prose
Time in Some Aussie and Kiwi Short Stories : Lawson, Baynton, Palmer, and Sargeson Angelo Righetti , 2012 single work criticism
— Appears in: Time and the Short Story 2012; (p. 105-118)
'The short story in Australia and New Zealand has flourished from the last decade of the nineteenth century onwards, and has been strictly bound to orality - yarns, yarn-spinning (Bennet 5) - from its early days, as the speech cadence of a usually sympathetic storyteller, either involved in the narrative, or simply an eye-witness or a bystander, interacting with listeners / readers, influences its time-scale, rhythm, tempo and structure.

A few significant stories by representative short-fiction writers from the late nineteenty century well into the mid-twentieth century - Australian Henry Lawson, Barbara Baynton, Vance Palmer, and New Zealand Frank Sargeson - though reflecting specific colonial realities and issues in a period of nation building, will be discussed here for their contribution to a relatively new genre, with specific regard to their treatment of time, changing from a traditional to a gradually experimental mode where they are sometimes forerunners or aware of modernist techniques.' (105)
Narrative Technique in Lawson's Joe Wilson Stories John Maddocks , 1977 single work criticism
— Appears in: Southerly , March vol. 37 no. 1 1977; (p. 97-107)
Maddocks argues that Joe Wilson, as narrator, attains the balance of objectivity and imaginative evocation sought in Lawson's earlier fiction. The subject of the stories in Joe Wilson and His Mates is Joe Wilson's consciousness as it vacillates between objectivity and personal reminiscence.
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