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Issue Details: First known date: 1924... 1924 Daughters of the Seven Mile : The Love Story of an Australian Woman
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      • Appeared as a serial in The Australasian between 27 May 1922 and 9 December 1922.

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      Colonial Australian Popular Fiction Digital Archive
      Extent: 288p.
      Edition info: 2nd edition

Works about this Work

Too Much Gum Tree H.G.A. , single work review
— Review of Daughters of the Seven Mile : The Love Story of an Australian Woman Zora Cross , 1924 single work novel
Writing from the Contact Zone : Fiction by Early Queensland Women Belinda McKay , 2004 single work criticism
— Appears in: Hecate , vol. 30 no. 2 2004; (p. 53-70) Hibiscus and Ti-Tree : Women in Queensland 2009; (p. 30-45)
This paper examines 'some of the ways in which white women novelists also contributed powerfully to shaping the literary imaginative landscape through which Australian readers came to "know" Indigenous people, and the nature of inter-racial contact, in the period before the publication of writing by Indigenous women began to disrupt the textual terrain' (54). The focus is on the writing of women who grew up in rural Queensland and/or used Queensland as settings. The paper concludes that women writers, though presenting themselves as sympathetic and knowledgeable observers and spokespersons for Indigenous people, were 'active participants in the ongoing colonial projects of subjugating Indigenous people and managing perceptions of that process' (68).
An Outline of Australian Literature : Fifth Period Continued - Chapter XVIII H. M. Green , 1930 single work criticism biography
— Appears in: An Outline of Australian Literature 1930; (p. 223-238)
This Australia Emily Bulcock , 1926 single work essay
— Appears in: Queensland Authors and Artists' Xmas Magazine. 1926; (p. 5 - 6)
Bulcock appeals to contemporary Australian writers to break away from the 'baleful influences' of the pioneering novel, portraying only hardship and suffering, and write of other, more positive aspects of Australian life.
Zora Cross 1924 single work review
— Appears in: The Queenslander , 7 June 1924; (p. 3)

— Review of Daughters of the Seven Mile : The Love Story of an Australian Woman Zora Cross , 1924 single work novel
Untitled 1924 single work review
— Appears in: The Courier Mail , 24 May 1924; (p. 18)

— Review of Daughters of the Seven Mile : The Love Story of an Australian Woman Zora Cross , 1924 single work novel
Zora Cross 1924 single work review
— Appears in: The Queenslander , 7 June 1924; (p. 3)

— Review of Daughters of the Seven Mile : The Love Story of an Australian Woman Zora Cross , 1924 single work novel
Two Bush Novels Hilary Lofting , 1924 single work review
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 22 May vol. 45 no. 2310 1924; (p. 2)

— Review of Daughters of the Seven Mile : The Love Story of an Australian Woman Zora Cross , 1924 single work novel
Too Much Gum Tree H.G.A. , single work review
— Review of Daughters of the Seven Mile : The Love Story of an Australian Woman Zora Cross , 1924 single work novel
Writing from the Contact Zone : Fiction by Early Queensland Women Belinda McKay , 2004 single work criticism
— Appears in: Hecate , vol. 30 no. 2 2004; (p. 53-70) Hibiscus and Ti-Tree : Women in Queensland 2009; (p. 30-45)
This paper examines 'some of the ways in which white women novelists also contributed powerfully to shaping the literary imaginative landscape through which Australian readers came to "know" Indigenous people, and the nature of inter-racial contact, in the period before the publication of writing by Indigenous women began to disrupt the textual terrain' (54). The focus is on the writing of women who grew up in rural Queensland and/or used Queensland as settings. The paper concludes that women writers, though presenting themselves as sympathetic and knowledgeable observers and spokespersons for Indigenous people, were 'active participants in the ongoing colonial projects of subjugating Indigenous people and managing perceptions of that process' (68).
This Australia Emily Bulcock , 1926 single work essay
— Appears in: Queensland Authors and Artists' Xmas Magazine. 1926; (p. 5 - 6)
Bulcock appeals to contemporary Australian writers to break away from the 'baleful influences' of the pioneering novel, portraying only hardship and suffering, and write of other, more positive aspects of Australian life.
An Outline of Australian Literature : Fifth Period Continued - Chapter XVIII H. M. Green , 1930 single work criticism biography
— Appears in: An Outline of Australian Literature 1930; (p. 223-238)
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