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Issue Details: First known date: 1920... 1920 Facts and Fancies About Our 'Son of the Woods' Henry Clarence Kendall and His Poetry : Descriptive of the Sights and Sounds of Australia's Mountains, Shores and Woodlands : 'A Home of Many Dreams' : Henry C. Kendall as Australia's Patriot Bard, 'A Singer of the Dawn'
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'From the Lips of a Lady' : Mrs A.M. Hamilton-Grey's First Biography of Henry Kendall Jill Dimond , 2004 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Literary Studies , May vol. 21 no. 3 2004; (p. 337-349)
Hamilton-Grey, who published three books on Henry Kendall in the 1920s, has remained a little-known figure in Australian literary history, although her biographies of Kendall have provided source material for many Kendall scholars in the past. The article examines Hamilton-Grey's career as a lecturer and as an author. Drawing on the Hamilton-Grey Papers in the Mitchell Library as a primary source for information on her life, Dimond 'examines the ways in which her career as a lecturer, her intimacy with Kendall's family, and the circumstances of her life informed the writing of her first book, Facts and Fancies about Our 'Son of the Woods' Henry Clarence Kendall and His Poetry, and its reception by critics and Kendall scholars past and present' (337).
Henry Kendall Alfred George Stephens , 1921 single work review
— Appears in: The Bookfellow , 15 June 1921; (p. 93)

— Review of Facts and Fancies About Our 'Son of the Woods' Henry Clarence Kendall and His Poetry : Descriptive of the Sights and Sounds of Australia's Mountains, Shores and Woodlands : 'A Home of Many Dreams' : Henry C. Kendall as Australia's Patriot Bard, 'A Singer of the Dawn' A. M. (Agnes Maria) Hamilton-Grey , 1920 single work biography
Untitled 1920 single work review
— Appears in: The Age , 11 September 1920; (p. 4)

— Review of Facts and Fancies About Our 'Son of the Woods' Henry Clarence Kendall and His Poetry : Descriptive of the Sights and Sounds of Australia's Mountains, Shores and Woodlands : 'A Home of Many Dreams' : Henry C. Kendall as Australia's Patriot Bard, 'A Singer of the Dawn' A. M. (Agnes Maria) Hamilton-Grey , 1920 single work biography
Untitled 1920 single work review
— Appears in: The Age , 11 September 1920; (p. 4)

— Review of Facts and Fancies About Our 'Son of the Woods' Henry Clarence Kendall and His Poetry : Descriptive of the Sights and Sounds of Australia's Mountains, Shores and Woodlands : 'A Home of Many Dreams' : Henry C. Kendall as Australia's Patriot Bard, 'A Singer of the Dawn' A. M. (Agnes Maria) Hamilton-Grey , 1920 single work biography
Henry Kendall Alfred George Stephens , 1921 single work review
— Appears in: The Bookfellow , 15 June 1921; (p. 93)

— Review of Facts and Fancies About Our 'Son of the Woods' Henry Clarence Kendall and His Poetry : Descriptive of the Sights and Sounds of Australia's Mountains, Shores and Woodlands : 'A Home of Many Dreams' : Henry C. Kendall as Australia's Patriot Bard, 'A Singer of the Dawn' A. M. (Agnes Maria) Hamilton-Grey , 1920 single work biography
'From the Lips of a Lady' : Mrs A.M. Hamilton-Grey's First Biography of Henry Kendall Jill Dimond , 2004 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Literary Studies , May vol. 21 no. 3 2004; (p. 337-349)
Hamilton-Grey, who published three books on Henry Kendall in the 1920s, has remained a little-known figure in Australian literary history, although her biographies of Kendall have provided source material for many Kendall scholars in the past. The article examines Hamilton-Grey's career as a lecturer and as an author. Drawing on the Hamilton-Grey Papers in the Mitchell Library as a primary source for information on her life, Dimond 'examines the ways in which her career as a lecturer, her intimacy with Kendall's family, and the circumstances of her life informed the writing of her first book, Facts and Fancies about Our 'Son of the Woods' Henry Clarence Kendall and His Poetry, and its reception by critics and Kendall scholars past and present' (337).
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