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Issue Details: First known date: 1994... 1994 Hope and Fear : An Anthology of South Australian Women's Writing, 1894-1994
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Notes

  • Selectively indexed.
  • FOREWORD By Her Excellency the Honourable Dame Roma Mitchell, AC, DBE Governor of South Australia

Contents

* Contents derived from the Adelaide, South Australia,:Centre for Research in the New Literatures in English , 1994 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
'Good-bye, Cheer-ups' : The Parting of the Waysi"And now the curtain falls: the stage is empty", Mary L. Wyatt , single work poetry (p. p. 99)
To Glenelgi"Into the train -- what a scramble to-day,", Racey Schlank , single work poetry (p. 1-3)
From : My Bush Book : K. Langloh Parker's 1890s Story of Outback Station Life, K. Langloh Parker , extract autobiography (p. 4-7)
From: Mid Saltbush and Mallee : A True Australian Bush Story, Solus , extract novel (p. 8-12)
The Old Pioneersi"As I muse in the twilight, unseen and alone", A Daughter of South Australia , single work poetry (p. 13-15)
Forest Firei"Mighty art thou, cruel Fire, with thy withering breath,", Lyle Dunne , single work poetry (p. 16)
"Woman's Rights"i"Poor "Woman's Rights"! A weary, hackney'd term,", Lyle Dunne , single work poetry (p. 17)
The Flag of Our Empirei"See! It floats over us", Lyle Dunne , single work poetry (p. 17)
Daughters (from Chatter on Things in General), Magpie , extract prose (p. 18-19)
From: Maisie : Her Life in Her Letters from 1898 to 1902, Maisie Thomas , extract correspondence (p. 20-24)
From: From Audrey Tennyson's Vice-Regal Days : The Australian Letters of Audrey, Lady Tennyson to Her Mother Zacyntha Boyle, 1899-1903, Audrey Georgiana Florence Tennyson , extract correspondence (p. 25-27)
An Australian Anthem (Written During the War Scare)i"O God of truth and might!", Hannah Fry , single work poetry (p. 28-29)
I Was Afraidi"How could you, Love, accuse me in such wise,", Lalage , single work poetry (p. 30-31)
Laisi"Fierce, pale and languorous, warm and passionate,", Lalage , single work poetry (p. 31-32)
From: After-Glow Memories, Australian , extract autobiography (p. 33-35)
The Holy Village, Thistle Anderson , extract prose satire (p. 36-39)
An Impromptu Melodrama, Alice Grant Rosman , single work short story (p. 40-42)
From: We of the Never-Never, Mrs Aeneas Gunn , extract autobiography (p. 43-45)
The Metempsychosis of John Wedderburn, Sydney Partrige , single work short story (p. 46-55)
From: The House of Broken Dreams : A Memory, Kathleen Watson , extract novel (p. 56-58)

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