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Susan Magarey reports that Catherine Helen Spence's diary for the year 1894 has been acquired by the State Library of South Australia and that a transcript of the diary will appear on the website of Wakefield Press in early 2011.
Margaret Harris and Elizabeth Webby explore some of the ways in which the Patrick White collection at the National Library of Australia may be used to 'provoke re-reading of White. At once they [White's papers] extend the canon of White's work, and variously illuminate current perceptions of, and perspectives on, his achievement.'