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Issue Details: First known date: 1866... 1866 The Empty Sleeve at Newport : Or, Why Edna Ackland Learned to Drive
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Romance set in Newport, USA, the tale of a returned soldier who has lost an arm and thinks he has lost his love when he sees her drive down the street apparently without a thought of him. All is reconciled when she confesses that she learnt the 'unwomanly' art only to help him. Woman's role, honour, disability, courtship. (PB)

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    y separately published work icon The Australian Journal vol. 2 no. 53 1 September 1866 Z1058683 1866 periodical issue 1866 pg. 13-14
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