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Issue Details: First known date: 1962... vol. 21 no. 1 March 1962 of Meanjin est. 1940 Meanjin Quarterly
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1962 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Being Kind to Titina, Patrick White , single work short story

'First mother went away. Then it was our father, twitching from under our feet the rugs, which formed, he said, a valuable collection. We were alone for a little then. Not really alone, of course, for there was Fraulein Hoffman, and Mademoiselle Leblanc, and Kyria Smaragda our housekeeper, and Eurydice the cook, and the two maids from Lesbos. The house was full of the whispering of women, and all of us felt melancholy. ' (Introduction)
 

(p. 5-19)
Moral Complexity in Patrick White's Novels, Peter Wood , single work criticism (p. 21-28)
Odi Profanum Vulgus : Patrick White's Riders in the Chariot, Marcel Aurousseau , single work criticism (p. 29-31)
The Ham Funeral, John Bray , single work review
— Review of The Ham Funeral Patrick White , 1947 single work drama ;
(p. 32-34)
Australian Image : The Literary Heritage, Harry Payne Heseltine , single work criticism (p. 35-49)
The Big Fish, Esme A. Gollschewsky , single work short story (p. 50-58)
At the Water's Edge (to Vivian Smith)i"Smooth, reptilian, soaring", Gwen Harwood , single work poetry (p. 59)
Ward Two : Harry Harryi"It's the day for writing that letter, if one is able,", Francis Webb , single work poetry (p. 60-61)
Two Voicesi"A man of any intellectual grace,", J. M. Couper , single work poetry (p. 61)
Reflections on a Dying Worldi"Daylight darkening and yet not night", David Rogers , single work poetry (p. 62-63)
Diogenesi"The largesse of the soul!", Noel Macainsh , single work poetry (p. 63)
The Fortunes of Richard Mahony : A Reconsideration, F. H. Mares , single work criticism (p. 64-70)
A Modernised View of Mass Media, Robert B Rhode , single work essay

'It was that very astute and remarkable journalist, C. P. Scott of the Manchester Guardian, who said 'a newspaper has a moral as well as a material existence, and its character and influence are in the main determinated by the balance of these two forces'. This could be said of all individuals, all institutions, all businesses, all industries, all professions in a free society, but it applies with particular emphasis to some individuals (journalists are an example) and to some institutions (the press, radio, and television). Scott found the balance struck between the moral and the material existence of newspapers particularly significant because the newspaper 'plays on the minds and consciences of men'. So, too, do the other mass media of communication.' (Introduction)

(p. 71-77)
Novelty is Its Own Namei"Cricket's cry blasts, red word, through outer space", Eric Gale Scott , single work poetry (p. 84)
Meanjin Quarterly's 21st Anniversary Dinner : The Chairman, Sir John Bray, John Vincent Barry , single work criticism (p. 99-102)
Meanjin Quarterly's 21st Anniversary Dinner : Professor I. R. Maxwell, Ian R. Maxwell , single work criticism (p. 102-105)
Meanjin Quarterly's 21st Anniversary Dinner : Mr Arthur Phillips, A. A. Phillips , single work criticism (p. 105-107)
Meanjin Quarterly's 21st Anniversary Dinner : Hon. A. A. Calwell, Arthur A. Calwell , single work criticism (p. 107-109)
Meanjin Quarterly's 21st Anniversary Dinner : The Editor, C. B. Christesen , single work criticism (p. 110-113)
What is Literary History?, Chris Wallace-Crabbe , single work review
— Review of A History of Australian Literature, Pure and Applied : A Critical Review of All Forms of Literature Produced in Australia from the First Books Published After the Arrival of the First Fleet Until 1950, with Short Accounts of Later Publications Up to 1960 1961 single work criticism ;
(p. 114-117)

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