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John Morrison (1904-1998)


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Cranston, CA (2002) John Morrison (1904-1998). In: Dictionary of Literary Biography, Australian Writers 1915-1950. Bruccoli Clark Layman, Detroit, pp. 239-249. ISBN 0787660043

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Biographical, bibliographical, and literary historiography of the Australian writer John Morrison

Item Type: Book Section
Keywords: 'Gordon'; Communist Review' Realist Writers Group; Frank Hardy; Bill Wannan; Walter Kaufmann; Stephen Murray-Smith; Ian Turner; Eric Lambert; Robert Close; Nellie Stewart; Melbourne dockside workers; John McLaren; Henry Lawson; Presbyterian; Sunderland; World War I; Andre Carnegie Public Library; G.A. Henty; H.Rider Haggard; Robert Louis Stevenson; John O'London's Weekly; Honore de Balzac; Guy de Mauppassant; Anton Chekhov; Leo Tolstoy; Joseph Condrad; Valley Road SChool; Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew; Daniel Defoe; Riverina; Federal Coffee Palace; Dandenong Ranges; 'Levuka'; Mernda Road; J.C.V. Behan, Trinity College, Melbourne University; Kallista; Frances Rosina Jones; Great Depression; gardener; Waterside Workers' Federation; Communist Party; 'Jack'; Dolphin Publications; Frank Dalby Davison; Vic O'Connor; 'Ville de Nice'; Commonwealth Literary Fund; David Martin; Meanjin; Gavin Casey; C.B. Christesen; Marx; Robert Menzies; National Security Services; Alan Marshall; Frank Hardy Defense Committee; Caulfield Grammar School; Australiasian Book Society; Morag Loh; Warsaw; Leonard Mann; Jim Healy; International Conference of Writers for Peace; Judah Waten; 'Overland'; A.A. Philips; Gold Medal of the Australian Literature Society; bushfires; Kulkyne FOrest; Graeme Kinross-Smith; Lake Mulwala; Bernard Cronin; Rachel Gordon; Jewish; disability; loneliness; Bev Roberts; Patrick White Award for Writers of Distinction; John Romeril; Caulfield House Rooms; Vane Lindesay; environment; James Murdoch.
Publisher: Bruccoli Clark Layman
Page Range: pp. 239-249
Date Deposited: 22 Jan 2007
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 03:12
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