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Issue Details: First known date: 1935... vol. 7 no. 1 15 January 1935 of All About Books est. 1928 All About Books
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  • Cover photograph captioned: H.V. Morton, the writer of popular travel books, including In the Steps of the Master, In Search of England, etc.
  • Includes reviews of short story collections from Maupassant and Maugham.
  • A reader responds to G. C. Cowling's correspondence in the November 1934 issue explaining why he refused to review And Quiet Flows the Don.


* Contents derived from the 1935 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Professor Scott Speaks at London Book Exhibition, Kathleen Ussher , single work (p. 2-3)
A Reader's Notebook, Nettie Palmer , single work review
— Review of Georgiana's Journal : Melbourne a Hundred Years Ago Georgiana Huntly McCrae , 1934 single work diary ; Unscientific Excursions Frederic Wood Jones , 1934 selected work essay ; The Wild Planet Walter Murdoch , 1934 single work essay ; Forty-Six : 46 W. S. Howard , 1934 single work novel ; Dark Windows Velia Ercole , 1934 single work novel ;
(p. 3-4)
William Murdoch's Life of Chopin, single work review biography (p. 8)
Centenary Exhibition of Australian Books, Nettie Palmer , single work prose
Palmer praises Marion Agnew's selection of works for the exhibition.
(p. 8)
Best Sellers and A.B.A. Recommendations, single work column (p. 10-11)
Some Thrillers, G. W. Wicking , single work review
— Review of Leathermouth's Luck Carlton Dawe , 1934 single work novel ;
(p. 13)
Book Censorship Abolition League, single work column (p. 14)
Fellowship of Australian Writers [Report: Luncheon for John Masefield], Ronald G. McCredie , single work column
"In honour of the poet [Masefield] the Fellowship had organised a luncheon at the Wentworth, and to that quarter 500 men and women who have carved and hacked their names upon the tree of Australian Letters came to form the grandest concourse of litterati ever assembled in Australia."
(p. 14-15)
Australian Literature Society [Meeting Report], Doris Hayball , single work column (p. 15-16)

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