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Issue Details: First known date: 1916... 1916 Somewhere in London
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

      1916 .
      (Manuscript) assertion

      Holdings

      Held at: Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW
      Local Id: MSS 445/25

Works about this Work

Miles Franklin's Dramatic Ambitions, or, Why Stella Really Came Home Susan Bradley Smith , 2007 single work criticism
— Appears in: Antipodes , June vol. 21 no. 1 2007; (p. 16-21)
Susan Bradley Smith examines the reasons behind Miles Franklin's '"failure" to achieve success [as a playwright] and its impact upon her life'. Bradley Smith concludes: 'If Franklin's "silence" as a playwright tells us anything, it is that all definition, like identity, is a negotiation. Perhaps it also serves as a reminder that the way in which history and memory are controlled and manipulated ... should be scrutinized more critically, if only to acknowledge the awkward constellations that define Australian identity.'
Identifying Miles Franklin : Suffragette, Playwright, Failure? Susan Pfisterer , 1999 single work criticism
— Appears in: A Fringe of Papers : Offshore Perspectives on Australian History and Literature 1999; (p. 73-86)
'The questions that form the basis of this essay are concerned with how Franklin negotiated her place as a woman in the early twentieth century as a professional, as a socialist, as a suffrage feminist, and as an Australian expatriate playwright' (74).
Suffrage Theatre and Feminist Desire Susan Pfisterer , Carolyn Pickett , 1999 single work criticism
— Appears in: Playing with Ideas : Australian Women Playwrights from the Suffragettes to the Sixties 1999; (p. 34-63)
Identifying Miles Franklin : Suffragette, Playwright, Failure? Susan Pfisterer , 1999 single work criticism
— Appears in: A Fringe of Papers : Offshore Perspectives on Australian History and Literature 1999; (p. 73-86)
'The questions that form the basis of this essay are concerned with how Franklin negotiated her place as a woman in the early twentieth century as a professional, as a socialist, as a suffrage feminist, and as an Australian expatriate playwright' (74).
Miles Franklin's Dramatic Ambitions, or, Why Stella Really Came Home Susan Bradley Smith , 2007 single work criticism
— Appears in: Antipodes , June vol. 21 no. 1 2007; (p. 16-21)
Susan Bradley Smith examines the reasons behind Miles Franklin's '"failure" to achieve success [as a playwright] and its impact upon her life'. Bradley Smith concludes: 'If Franklin's "silence" as a playwright tells us anything, it is that all definition, like identity, is a negotiation. Perhaps it also serves as a reminder that the way in which history and memory are controlled and manipulated ... should be scrutinized more critically, if only to acknowledge the awkward constellations that define Australian identity.'
Suffrage Theatre and Feminist Desire Susan Pfisterer , Carolyn Pickett , 1999 single work criticism
— Appears in: Playing with Ideas : Australian Women Playwrights from the Suffragettes to the Sixties 1999; (p. 34-63)
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