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Issue Details: First known date: 1923... no. 278 April 1923 of The School Paper : Grades VII and VIII est. 1896-1932 The School Paper for Grades VII and VIII
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Notes

  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed.

    Other material in this issue includes:

    • First Page Picture: 'A Bird's-eye View, Showing the Way through the Gully to the Hospital at Anzac' from Gallipoli by British historian John Masefield (q.v.), [33].
    • Prose: 'The Call' from The Story of the Anzacs: An Historical Account of the Part Taken by Australian and New Zealand in the Great War (1917), 34-35; 'The Evacuation of Anzac and Suvla' from Gallipoli by John Masefield (q.v.), with illus. 'A View of Anzac, the Observer Looking towards Suvla Bay', 35-37.
    • Drama: 'Cleopatra's Barge' from Antony and Cleopatra by English playwright William Shakespeare (q.v.), 42-43; 'Soliloquy on Sleep' from Henry IV Part II, Act III, sc.i. by William Shakespeare (q.v.), 46-47.
    • Prose: 'An Appreciation of Shakespeare' from Shakespeare : Life and Work (1886) by Dr. F. J. Furnivall and John Munro, 43.
    • History: 'Shakespeare : His Life and Work' from English Literature by Irish writer Stoppford A. Brooke (1832-1916), with illus. 'The Gower Statue of Shakespeare near the Memorial Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon', 'Room in the House Owned by John Shakespeare, Henley-street, Stratford-on-Avon, where his Son William was Born, April 23, 1564', 'Coat of Arms Granted to Shakespeare's Father (John) in 1599', 'By me, William Shakespeare', 'The Latin Room in the Free Grammar School that Shakespeare Attended', and 'Chancel of Trinity Church, Stratford-on-Avon', 38-42.
    • Literary Studies: 'Life as Reflected in Shakespeare's As You Like It' from preface to As You Like It (1917) edited by Australian educationalist Frank Tate (1864-1939) and published by Lothian from the series 'The Australasian Shakespeare', 44-45.
    • Social Science: 'War Memorial at the Scarsdale School' (unattributed), with photograph 'The Memorial' by J. Hornby, Ballarat, 47; 'Detonators' by R. J. Lewis, Chief Inspector of Explosives, Victoria, 48.

  • Preceding or following each piece is a short glossary of the longer words contained therein, as well as notes about people and places mentioned.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 1923 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Anzaci"By purple hills and opalescent sea", Bartlett Adamson , 1916 single work poetry war literature (p. [33]-34)
The Graves of Gallipolii"The herdman wandering by the lonely rills", L. L. , 1916 single work poetry war literature (p. 37)
Note:
  • With title: The Graves at Gallipoli.
  • First line: The herdsman wandering by the lonely rills
  • Abridged.

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Notes:
Literary material by Australian authors in this issue:
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