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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005 A Dose of Castor Oil : Teachers and Teaching in the Writings of Ethel Turner and Mary Grant Bruce
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The author's stated aim 'is to reconnect my experience with constructions of teachers in Australian children's literature and to explore ways in which they are imagined in the literature'. The writers who provide the main focus of the article are Ethel Turner, Mary Grant Bruce, and Louise Marie Mack.

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