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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... vol. 25 November 2010 of Australian Folklore est. 1987 Australian Folklore
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  • A celebratory issue, featuring contents of Nos 1-25, film, industrial and local lore.
  • Contents indexed selectively.


* Contents derived from the 2010 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Obituary: Patricia Wrightson (1921-2012) : Australian Synthesiser of Settler and Indigenous Lore, Julie Anne Hawkins , single work obituary (p. 1-5)
A Journey to Heaven : Burrumarra's Return to Gulirra, Ian Mcintosh , single work biography (p. 113-123)
The Quest For Love and Identity in Marcus Clarke's His Natural Life, Suzie Gibson , single work review
— Review of His Natural Life Marcus Clarke , 1870-1872 single work novel ;
(p. 133-142)
The Man Hunt : The Song of the Gold Commissionersi"Hurrah! hurrah! he's started,", single work poetry (p. 143-144)
Minersi"Well the papers call them miners. But they don't look much like miners to me.", Darren Whitaker , single work poetry (p. 144-145)
Industrial Song and Poetry in Australia: An Introduction, Mark Gregory , single work column (p. 146-165)
Clancy and Dooley and Don McLeodi"Clancy and Dooley and Don McLeod", Dorothy Hewett , single work poetry
On May Day 1946, in the Pilbarra district, Western Australia, Aboriginal station hands struck for 30 bob a week and the right to organise. Their leaders, the white man Don Mcleod and two Aborigines, Clancy McKenna and Dooley, were arrested and convicted. Pressure through the Labour movement and the United Nations secured their release.
(p. 166-178)
Folklore, History and Myth at an Anzac Memorial, Graham Seal , single work column (p. 171-182)
Barry, Mick and Kenny : Bloke-Heroes in Australian Cinema, Neil Rattigan , single work criticism (p. 195-202)
Reconsidering Esben Storm's In Search of Anna as a Lost Classic of 1970s Australian Cinema, Dean Biron , single work criticism

'Various Australian films made in the post-war period have attracted considerable attention both here and (occasionally) overseas, some deservedly so, others through media hype often based on sentimental, satiric, or otherwise simplified perceptions of this country. In Search of Anna is one production from the fruitful decade of the New Australian Cinema which merits serious reconsideration. This account endeavours to correct the neglect of what is a significant work of art, setting it in a filmic as well as a social context.'

Source: Article abstract.

(p. 203-211)
Sydney and the Appearance of the Middle Eastern, Robert James Smith , single work criticism (p. 212-223)

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