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Issue Details: First known date: 1979... 1979 Ada Cambridge, Tasma and Rosa Praed
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    • Melbourne, Victoria,: Oxford University Press , 1979 .
      Extent: 48p.p.
      Description: bibl; ports.
      ISBN: 0195505093
      Series: y separately published work icon Australian Writers and Their Work Grahame Johnstone (editor), Oxford University Press (publisher), Z1302723 1966 series - publisher criticism 'This series was designed to provide a concise but informative introduction to a number of Australian poets, novelists. dramatists and critics. Each title gives an account of the subject's life, a survey of his writings, and a critical assessment of his place in Australian literary history.' (Source: Back cover of the series)

Works about this Work

'Our Literary Connexion' : Rosa Praed and George Bentley Chris Tiffin , 2012 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Literary Studies , October-November vol. 27 no. 3/4 2012; (p. 107-123)

This essay examines Rosa Praed's communication 'through letters, agreements, publisher's ledgers, and memoirs of her dealings with one of her early publishers, George Bentley of Richard Bentley & Son. These dealings were essentially professional and financial, but they were also educative and personal. George Bentley was one of several male mentors during Praed's first decade of publishing, but the only one who was both mentor and publisher....' (108)

Disciplining the Popular: `Professional' Criticism and Editorial Policy in Oxford University Press's `Australian Writers and Their Work' Series 1966-1974 Christopher Lee , 1998 single work criticism
— Appears in: Publishing Studies , Autumn no. 6 1998; (p. 14-20)
The Pursuit of Literary Studies Anthony J. Hassall , 1998 single work criticism
— Appears in: UQP : The Writer's Press 1948-1998 1998; (p. 171-181)
Untitled Chris Tiffin , 1980 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Literary Studies , May vol. 9 no. 3 1980; (p. 425-426)

— Review of Ada Cambridge, Tasma and Rosa Praed Cecil Hadgraft , Raymond Beilby , 1979 single work criticism
Untitled Chris Tiffin , 1980 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Literary Studies , May vol. 9 no. 3 1980; (p. 425-426)

— Review of Ada Cambridge, Tasma and Rosa Praed Cecil Hadgraft , Raymond Beilby , 1979 single work criticism
Disciplining the Popular: `Professional' Criticism and Editorial Policy in Oxford University Press's `Australian Writers and Their Work' Series 1966-1974 Christopher Lee , 1998 single work criticism
— Appears in: Publishing Studies , Autumn no. 6 1998; (p. 14-20)
The Pursuit of Literary Studies Anthony J. Hassall , 1998 single work criticism
— Appears in: UQP : The Writer's Press 1948-1998 1998; (p. 171-181)
'Our Literary Connexion' : Rosa Praed and George Bentley Chris Tiffin , 2012 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Literary Studies , October-November vol. 27 no. 3/4 2012; (p. 107-123)

This essay examines Rosa Praed's communication 'through letters, agreements, publisher's ledgers, and memoirs of her dealings with one of her early publishers, George Bentley of Richard Bentley & Son. These dealings were essentially professional and financial, but they were also educative and personal. George Bentley was one of several male mentors during Praed's first decade of publishing, but the only one who was both mentor and publisher....' (108)

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