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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 His Natural Life : The Judges Judged, the Land Condemned
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Discussions of Tasmanian writers and writing are found in all chapters. Only one chapter, devoted largely to a single author - Marcus Clarke - has been individually indexed.

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    y separately published work icon Tasmanian Visions : Landscapes in Writing, Art and Photography Roslynn D. Haynes , Sandy Bay : Polymath Press , 2006 Z1344393 2006 single work criticism 'Tasmanian Visions traces the cultural reasons why particular landscapes have been privileged, reviled or ignored over the two centuries since Europeans arrived. Writings about Tasmania, from the records of the early explorers and settlers, the first Australian novel, Quintus Servinton, and Marcus Clarke's blockbuster His Natural Life, through the poetry of James McAuley, Gwen Harwood and Vivien Smith, to the novels of Christopher Koch, Richard Flanagan and Danielle Wood, indicate how these landscapes have both influenced, and been mythologised by, writers'. (Publisher website) Sandy Bay : Polymath Press , 2006 pg. 57-74
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