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Issue Details: First known date: 1908... 1908 Blythe
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  • Editor's note: A Scotsman in Rockhampton, having been invited to attend the last Caledonian gathering at Warwick (Q.), on Boxing Day, sent his apology for absence ...'

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First known date: 1908
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    y separately published work icon Author! Author! : Tales of Australian Literary Life Chris Wallace-Crabbe (editor), Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1998 Z379776 1998 anthology poetry biography extract "In this collection Chris Wallace-Crabbe brings together 270 tales of Australian literary life from penal times to the present day. Arranged chronologically, the volume opens with some of the great colonial characters, such as James Hardy Vaux (who managed to be transported to Australia three times) and William Wentworth, proponent of the 'bunyip aristocracy'. Along the way we meet the leading figures in Australian letters, including Adam Lindsay Gordon, Christopher Brennan, Henry Lawson, A.D. Hope, Hal Porter, Patrick White, Ruth Park, Manning Clark, Gwen Harwood, Frank Hardy, Barry Humphries, Elizabeth Jolley, Frank Moorhouse, and Les Murray. All the great literary brouhahas - such as the Demidenko and Ern Malley affairs - are discussed" (- book jacket). Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1998 pg. 34-35
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