2 edition of Australia Felix: Joseph Furphy and Patrick White. found in the catalog.
Australia Felix: Joseph Furphy and Patrick White.
Robert L. McDougall
|Series||Commonwealth Literary Fund lectures -- 1966|
|Contributions||White, Patrick Victor Martindale., Furphy, Joseph, 1843-1912.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
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Australia Felix: Joseph Furphy and Patrick White. Canberra: Australian National University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Joseph Furphy; Patrick White; Joseph Furphy; Patrick White: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert L McDougall; Patrick White; Joseph Furphy.
In his letters to Kate Baker, Joseph Furphy makes clear his support for a White Australia. In a letter he says (referring to his friend, the author and poet Grant Hervey) “Australia Yet is the title of G.H.’s new book; and so say I, with deeper meaning. Ay, White Australia.”.
Kate Baker, Oct "; with photograph of Joseph Furphy memorial inserted inside back cover, with the inscription on verso "[Tablet by Wallace Anderson] Plaster cast of the bronze tablet to be set up in the State School, Yarra Glen, which is built on the site of Joseph Furphy's birth-place.
the tablet will be unveiled on 29th September. The Fortunes of Richard Mahony was 'first published as a lia Felix, the first volume, which covers twelve years of Richard Mahony’s life from the early s, was published in ; The Way Home, which deals with his subsequent eight years, appeared in ; and Ultima Thule, the final volume covering his last four years, in The novel was first.
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Joseph Furphy: the philosopher in the foundry. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature. ; Barnes J. ‘The secret of England’s greatness’: a note on the anti-imperialism of Such is Life. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature.
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He died there in Miles Franklin, daunted by the literary expectations laid upon her and the reaction of family members to their depiction in her novel, went to Chicago to work for a women’s trade union organisation. Australian literature, the literature of Australia.
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The Nineteenth Century. Early attempts at producing literary works were rather gentrified, written in the English style for an English audience.
Moreover, Murnane writes in a vein of Australian “realism” initiated by the garrulous anti-realism of the early twentieth-century novelist Joseph Furphy, whose vernacular erudition and love of having sport with his reader contribute to Murnane’s vision as much as does Patrick White’s high style and braiding of language and loss.
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Australia's Greatest Books. In The Australian Collection: Australia's Greatest Books, published inwriter and editor Geoffrey Dutton selected and reviewed almost one hundred classic Australian Dutton chose only one book from each author, his book nevertheless provides a very useful starting point for any study of Australian literature.
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