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Issue Details: First known date: 1892... 1892 Malchook's Doom - A Story of the Nicholson River
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Alternative title: Malchook's Doom: A Nicholson River Story
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    y separately published work icon The Bulletin vol. 11 no. 623 23 January 1892 Z619204 1892 periodical issue 1892 pg. 21
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    y separately published work icon The Last of Six : Tales of the Austral Tropics Ernest Favenc , Sydney : Bulletin , 1893 Z483781 1893 selected work short story crime adventure science fiction Sydney : Bulletin , 1893 pg. 84-90
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    y separately published work icon The Australian Short Story Before Lawson Cecil Hadgraft (editor), Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1986 Z397319 1986 anthology short story Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1986 pg. 262-266
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    y separately published work icon Tales of the Austral Tropics Ernest Favenc , Cheryl M. Taylor (editor), Sydney : University of New South Wales Press , 1997 Z1620938 1997 selected work poetry Scholarly edition comprising nineteen stories from two selections of Favenc stories The Last of Six (1893) and Tales of the Austral Tropics (1894) and including explanatory notes, appendices on textual variations, biographical information and notes on Favenc's reception Sydney : University of New South Wales Press , 1997 pg. 84-89
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    y separately published work icon Ghost Stories and Mysteries Ernest Favenc , James Doig (editor), Rockville : Borgo Press , 2013 Z1925098 2013 selected work short story horror mystery 'This book collects thirty-one of Favenc's best stories, many published here for the first time since their original publication; and aims to showcase Favenc's talent as the most important Australian colonial writer of Gothic and supernatural fiction. The stories span the period 1875-1907, and demonstrate the richness and variety of his art, making this a major publishing event for enthusiasts of nineteenth-century crime and weird fiction' (back cover).
    Rockville : Borgo Press , 2013
    pg. 134-139
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