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Issue Details: First known date: 1889-1892... 1889-1892 The Parthenon
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A quarto publication with approximately 24 pages containing original serials and short stories, articles on general topics, domestic sections, children's pages, puzzles and correspondence.

Notes

  • Monthly
  • January 1889-March 1892. Vol 1, no.1 - Vol.4, no 3.
  • Owned and edited by Ethel and Lilian Turner

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Has serialised

That Young Rebel, Ethel Turner , single work novel

'Ethel Turner's "That Young Rebel" is the serial written for the final year of the Parthenon, the journal she wrote with her sister, Lilian, from 1889 to 1892. Her rebel exemplifies those qualities of resilience and a healthy disregard for authority that Turner - later author of the famous children's novel Seven Little Australians (1894) - clearly admires and finds appropriate as Australia itself moves towards independent nationhood.' (Publication summary)

Paul's Child, Princess Ida , single work novella
Through Darkness to Light, Talking Oak , single work novella
Gladys and the Fairies, Princess Ida , single work children's fiction children's
Aunt Elgitha, Princess Ida , single work children's fiction children's
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