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Brian Matthews discusses some of the stories in The Penguin Henry Lawson: Short Stories. Matthews comments, too, on John Kinsella's introduction to the 2009 edition and on John Barnes's introduction to the original 1986 edition.
Rosaleen Love, in the final months of her husband's life, lit upon the idea that in examining her husband's books she would 'get to know the man I married'. In this essay, Love reflects on the discoveries made as she conducted her 'treasure hunt'.