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Issue Details: First known date: 1906... 1906 Spring is Coming and Other Poems
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* Contents derived from the Adelaide, South Australia,:E. S. Wigg , 1906 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Fall of Titus Oates, C. R. Jury , single work drama

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Adelaide, South Australia,: E. S. Wigg , 1906 .
      Extent: 30p.
      Note/s:
      • By C. R. Jury, Age 12 years.
      • Dedicated to the Rev. W. A. Moore, tutor, by his affectionate pupil.

Works about this Work

The Making of ‘a Poet of Adelaide’ : Charles Jury and Literary Adelaide, 1893-1919 Philip Butterss , 2019 single work criticism
— Appears in: JASAL , vol. 19 no. 2 2019;

'Charles Jury was a prominent figure in Adelaide’s literary world in the middle of the twentieth century but his ideas about poetry were established by the time he was a young adult.

'This paper looks at how Jury might have been a poet ‘of Adelaide’ in the sense of being shaped by the literary culture and institutions of the city in which he grew up. It draws on archival and other sources to bring to light some aspects of Jury’s personal life and early literary career that have not yet been revealed in public.' (Publication abstract)

Poetry in South Australia I. M. Foster , 1936 single work criticism
— Appears in: Desiderata , 1 August no. 29 1936; (p. 17-19)
'When I was asked to write this article, I was at once confronted with the difficulty which ultimately must assail every critic in a contribution such as this, not whether to be merely categorical, but to say whether or not there exists in South Australia a body of representative work in which may be found evidence of true poetry. Whether there has been in the verse that exists imagination, creativeness, a tradition, a culture, a direct living note, an expression in words of the beauty of nature, or the things that affect man's spirit and his life. I do not think there has. Such verse as has been written is largely ephemeral, external, and fugitive. It does not constitute, taken as a whole, a permanent and consolidated body of work, through which one might see the national spirit or ethos as one does in English, Irish, German, and French poetry.' (From author's introduction)
Poetry in South Australia I. M. Foster , 1936 single work criticism
— Appears in: Desiderata , 1 August no. 29 1936; (p. 17-19)
'When I was asked to write this article, I was at once confronted with the difficulty which ultimately must assail every critic in a contribution such as this, not whether to be merely categorical, but to say whether or not there exists in South Australia a body of representative work in which may be found evidence of true poetry. Whether there has been in the verse that exists imagination, creativeness, a tradition, a culture, a direct living note, an expression in words of the beauty of nature, or the things that affect man's spirit and his life. I do not think there has. Such verse as has been written is largely ephemeral, external, and fugitive. It does not constitute, taken as a whole, a permanent and consolidated body of work, through which one might see the national spirit or ethos as one does in English, Irish, German, and French poetry.' (From author's introduction)
The Making of ‘a Poet of Adelaide’ : Charles Jury and Literary Adelaide, 1893-1919 Philip Butterss , 2019 single work criticism
— Appears in: JASAL , vol. 19 no. 2 2019;

'Charles Jury was a prominent figure in Adelaide’s literary world in the middle of the twentieth century but his ideas about poetry were established by the time he was a young adult.

'This paper looks at how Jury might have been a poet ‘of Adelaide’ in the sense of being shaped by the literary culture and institutions of the city in which he grew up. It draws on archival and other sources to bring to light some aspects of Jury’s personal life and early literary career that have not yet been revealed in public.' (Publication abstract)

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