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Issue Details: First known date: 1919... 1919 The Land of Wherisit : A Cycle of Tales That Begins at the End and Ends at the Beginning, Told by a Graduate of All Fool's College for the Entertainment of His Kind
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A collection of satirical and allegorical tales which grind a socialist axe, the stories are set in the land of Wherisit. Each explores various social themes which the author, a New South Wales journalist and Labour party devotee, conceived initially for publication in the the Australian Worker.

Notes

  • First appeared in the Australian Worker.
  • This work has been digitised by the Reason in Revolt project.

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Works about this Work

Boote 1919 single work review
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 6 November vol. 40 no. 2073 1919; (p. 24)

— Review of The Land of Wherisit : A Cycle of Tales That Begins at the End and Ends at the Beginning, Told by a Graduate of All Fool's College for the Entertainment of His Kind Henry Boote 1919 selected work short story
Boote 1919 single work review
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 6 November vol. 40 no. 2073 1919; (p. 24)

— Review of The Land of Wherisit : A Cycle of Tales That Begins at the End and Ends at the Beginning, Told by a Graduate of All Fool's College for the Entertainment of His Kind Henry Boote 1919 selected work short story
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