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  • Author: Ada Cambridge http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/cambridge-ada
Issue Details: First known date: 1907... 1907 The Eternal Feminine
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Ada Cambridge : Creative Roles - Fact or Fiction Patricia Barton , 1987 single work criticism
— Appears in: Role Playing, Creativity, Therapy : A Joint Seminar of the English Department, University College, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra and the School of Psychiatry, University of New South Wales 1987; (p. 33-46)
Barton aims to ' construct a reading of ... [Cambridge's] later novels ... as explorations of women's roles', at the same time maintaining a 'clear distinction between conflicts expressed in Cambridge's writing and those she may have consciously experienced or resolved in her own life.'
The Anglo-Australians: Mrs Campbell Praed, Ada Cambridge, Tasma, Catherine Edith Martin; also Simpson Newland, Fergus Hume, and Nat Gould. Miles Franklin , 1956 single work criticism
— Appears in: Laughter, Not for a Cage : Notes on Australian Writing, with Biographical Emphasis on the Struggles, Functions and Achievements of the Novel in Three-Half Centuries 1956; (p. 69-95)
The backgrounds of the writers and the times in which they lived; the development of an Australian identity, and current political movements.
Ada Cambridge : Creative Roles - Fact or Fiction Patricia Barton , 1987 single work criticism
— Appears in: Role Playing, Creativity, Therapy : A Joint Seminar of the English Department, University College, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra and the School of Psychiatry, University of New South Wales 1987; (p. 33-46)
Barton aims to ' construct a reading of ... [Cambridge's] later novels ... as explorations of women's roles', at the same time maintaining a 'clear distinction between conflicts expressed in Cambridge's writing and those she may have consciously experienced or resolved in her own life.'
The Anglo-Australians: Mrs Campbell Praed, Ada Cambridge, Tasma, Catherine Edith Martin; also Simpson Newland, Fergus Hume, and Nat Gould. Miles Franklin , 1956 single work criticism
— Appears in: Laughter, Not for a Cage : Notes on Australian Writing, with Biographical Emphasis on the Struggles, Functions and Achievements of the Novel in Three-Half Centuries 1956; (p. 69-95)
The backgrounds of the writers and the times in which they lived; the development of an Australian identity, and current political movements.
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