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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... no. 77 April 2009 of Margin est. 1977 Margin
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The Stockman's Daughter : Charles De Boos' Bushranger Novel of 1856, Victor Crittenden , single work criticism
The author compares Henry Kingsley's The Fortunes of Geoffrey Hamlyn (1859) 'regarded as the beginning of Australian outback literature' with Charles de Boos' lesser known but earlier 'bushranger' novel The Stockman's Daughter (1856).
(p. 5-9)
Untitled, Victor Crittenden , single work review
— Review of Mr Darwin's Shooter Roger McDonald , 1998 single work novel ;
(p. 10)
[Review] Charles Darwin in Australia, Victor Crittenden , single work review
— Review of Charles Darwin in Australia F. W. Nicholas , J. M. Nicholas , 1989 single work biography ;
(p. 10-11)
An Early Book on the Monaro, Patrick Morgan , single work criticism
The author argues that in Henry Haygarth's Recollections of Bush Life in Australia (1848) Haygarth 'rehearses many of the main motifs of subsequent writing on Gippsland...'
(p. 14-16)
James Calvert, Louisa Atkinson and the Plains of Promise : The Story Behind Louisa Atkinson's Last Novel, Patricia Clarke , single work criticism

Patricia Clarke argues that the Queensland scenes of Louisa Atkinson's novel Tressa's Resolve are 'clearly based on her husband's [James Calvert's] recollections of the harsh nature of the country he travelled over during his historic fifteen months journey to Port Essington [with Ludwig Leichhardt in 1844-45] and on his scepticism of the grandiose plans for settlement, particularly of the district that was deceptively named 'The Plains of Promise'.' (28)

(p. 20-34)
Rare Australian Children's Books, Victor Crittenden , single work criticism (p. 36-38)

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