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Issue Details: First known date: 1924... no. 289 April 1924 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 View of Anzac Beach, Gallipoli, on 3rd May, 1915' from The Australian War Museum, Melbourne, [33].
    • Poetry: 'Prudence' from The Rape of Lucrece by English poet William Shakespeare (q.v.), 42; 'On a Phase or Two of Courtesy' from Littleman's Book of Courtesy by English educationalist H. Caldwell Cook (1885-1939), 45-46; 'Gems from Shakespeare', a collection of short excerpts from the plays of William Shakespeare (q.v.), 48.
    • Drama: 'The Power of Music' from The Merchant of Venice, Act V, sc.i, by English playwright William Shakespeare (q.v.), 40-41; 'On Reputation' from Othello, Act II, sc.iii, by William Shakespeare (q.v.), 41-42; 'The Blessing of a Low Station' from King Henry VIII, Act II, sc.iii, by William Shakespeare (q.v.), 42.
    • Fiction: 'At School with Shakespeare', adapted from Highroads of Literature [1916], with illus. 'Will on his Way to School' and 'The Latin Room in the Free Grammar School that Shakespeare Attended', 38-40.
    • Non-Fiction: 'Our Railways' (unattributed), with illus. 'Corridor Vestibule Passenger-Car' and 'Australia's Most Powerful Locomotive (Heavy Consolidation Goods Locomotive - "C" Class), Victorian Railways', photographs provided by the editor of The Victorian Railways Magazine, 43-45; 'Speaking and Writing' (unattributed), 46; 'The School at Villers-Bretonneux : Letter from Monsieur Poincare', with editorial and portrait of M. Raymond Poincare, 47.
    • History: 'The Anzac Army : Its Accomplishment', from Australia in Arms by P. F. E. Schuler (q.v.), 34; 'At Anzac on a Hospital Ship', an extract from The Navy, with illus. 'Mudros Harbor, Island of Lemnos, Aegean Sea', 'A Hospital Ship Goes By' and 'An Australian Hospital Barge Leaving Anzac', 35-37.
    • Notices: 'Cadet Midshipmen for R. A. Naval College', from the Naval Board, Melbourne, 37; 'Thanks from the Children's Hospital', 'Oversea [sic] Correspondence', 'Hume and Hovell's Expedition', 'Spelling Tests' and 'Price of The School Paper' (unattributed), 46.
    • Supplement: 'Made in Australia : 2. The Felt Hat Industry' by the Made in Australia Council, 312 Flinders Street, Melbourne, with illustrations: 'Bringing in Raw Material' from the painting 'Across the Black Soil Plains' by Australian artist G.W. Lambert, (q.v.); 'Hats in the Making'; and 'Packers at Work, and Completed Hats', i-iv.
  • Preceding or following each piece is a short glossary of the longer words contained therein, as well as notes about people and places mentioned, and comments on the metre of poetry. There are also often 'General Notes' which ask the reader questions about the work.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 1924 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
April the 25th : Remembering those Young Livesi"Now with the falling of the yellow leaf", Myra Morris , 1923 single work poetry war literature
A memorial to the soldiers who fell at Gallipoli, whose 'splendid tale of death...never dies' but is remembered with pride every April.
(p. [33])
Note: Editor's note: from 'The Argus of the 25th of April, 1923.'
Gallipoli : April 25th, 1915i"Gallantly exultant that the hour has dawned for striking", A. X. L. E. , 1924 single work poetry war literature
An acrostic poem that remembers the efforts of the ANZAC forces in Gallipoli as a symbol of Australian 'manhood'.
(p. 34)

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Literary material by Australian authors indexed in this issue:
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