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Issue Details: First known date: 1944... 1944 Naught to Thirty-Three
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Autobiography, published posthumously.

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Australian National Identity and Self-Identity : Four Post-Colonial Autobiographies Joy W. Hooton , 1994 single work essay
— Appears in: Identifying Australia in Postmodern Times 1994; (p. 70-85)
This essay attacks Russel Ward's construction of male Australian identity in that locus classicus of debate, the turn of the century. Joy Hooton spotlights three authors of biographies, self-confessed Australian products of the 1890's who reproduce themselves through the medium of the text - My Life Story, Arthur Lynch (London, 1924); Comedy of Life, Lionel Lindsay (Sydney, 1961) and Naught to Thirty-Three, Randolph Bedford (Sydney 1944). Hooton explores the myth in this highly specific context, uncovering male anxieties and the suppression of issues of land, gender and race. Hooton adds George McIvers', A Drover's Odyssey, which is an exception to the myth, so further complicating an already problematised field. -- Livio Dobrez - introduction (edited)
Untitled Leon Cantrell , 1978 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Literary Studies , May vol. 8 no. 3 1978; (p. 378-382)

— Review of The Fanfrolico Press : A Survey 1976 single work bibliography ; The Life and Times of Steele Rudd : Creator of On Our Selection, Dad and Dave Eric Drayton Davis , 1976 single work biography ; Of Places and Poetry Robert D. FitzGerald , 1976 selected work prose ; Naught to Thirty-Three Randolph Bedford , 1944 single work autobiography
Untitled 1977 single work review
— Appears in: Historical Studies , October vol. 17 no. 1977; (p. 558-9)

— Review of Naught to Thirty-Three Randolph Bedford , 1944 single work autobiography
Untitled 1977 single work review
— Appears in: The Australian Journal of Politics and History , August vol. 23 no. 1977; (p. 317)

— Review of Naught to Thirty-Three Randolph Bedford , 1944 single work autobiography
Combining the Miner and the Politician Graeme Starr , 1977 single work review
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 29 January 1977; (p. 18)

— Review of Naught to Thirty-Three Randolph Bedford , 1944 single work autobiography
Untitled 1944 single work review
— Appears in: The Australian Woman's Mirror , 19 December 1944; (p. 14, 54)

— Review of Naught to Thirty-Three Randolph Bedford , 1944 single work autobiography
Randolph Bedford's Early Life Firmin McKinnon , 1944 single work review
— Appears in: The Courier-Mail , 18 November 1944; (p. 4)

— Review of Naught to Thirty-Three Randolph Bedford , 1944 single work autobiography
Randolph Bedford : Last of the Individualists George Farwell , 1944 single work review
— Appears in: Fellowship , November vol. 1 no. 3 1944; (p. 4)

— Review of Naught to Thirty-Three Randolph Bedford , 1944 single work autobiography
The Writer Who Would Have Written Canberra Right Off Maurice Dunlevy , 1976 single work review
— Appears in: The Canberra Times , 21 August 1976; (p. 10)

— Review of Naught to Thirty-Three Randolph Bedford , 1944 single work autobiography
Memoirs 1976 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Bookseller and Publisher , August 1976; (p. 66,68)

— Review of Naught to Thirty-Three Randolph Bedford , 1944 single work autobiography
Australian National Identity and Self-Identity : Four Post-Colonial Autobiographies Joy W. Hooton , 1994 single work essay
— Appears in: Identifying Australia in Postmodern Times 1994; (p. 70-85)
This essay attacks Russel Ward's construction of male Australian identity in that locus classicus of debate, the turn of the century. Joy Hooton spotlights three authors of biographies, self-confessed Australian products of the 1890's who reproduce themselves through the medium of the text - My Life Story, Arthur Lynch (London, 1924); Comedy of Life, Lionel Lindsay (Sydney, 1961) and Naught to Thirty-Three, Randolph Bedford (Sydney 1944). Hooton explores the myth in this highly specific context, uncovering male anxieties and the suppression of issues of land, gender and race. Hooton adds George McIvers', A Drover's Odyssey, which is an exception to the myth, so further complicating an already problematised field. -- Livio Dobrez - introduction (edited)
Last amended 18 Aug 2010 13:53:51
Subjects:
  • Bush,
  • Broken Hill, Broken Hill area, Far West NSW, New South Wales,
  • Sydney, New South Wales,
  • Urban,
  • 1870s
  • 1880s
  • 1890s
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