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by VANE LINDESAY

eBook THE WAY WE WERE - Australian Popular Magazines 1856 - 1969 download ISBN: 0195544099
Author: VANE LINDESAY
Publisher: Oxford University Press (1983)
Language: English
Pages: 164
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The Way We Were book.

The Way We Were book.

The Way We Were: Australian Popular Magazines 1856 to 1969. 'Esprit De Nation' and Popular Modernity: Aussie Magazine 1920–1931," History Australia, 5:3, (2008) 7. -74. The Way We Were: Australian Popular Magazines 1856 to 1969. Melbourne: Oxford University Press. a b c d Carter, David (2008). Esprit De Nation' and Popular Modernity: Aussie Magazine 1920–1931"". The Aussie 1918-1931: Cartoons, Digger Remembrance and First World War Identity. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1983.

The Australian Journal was one of Australia's most successful and influential magazines, running for ninety-seven years from . a b c d e Lindesay, Vane (1983).

The Australian Journal was one of Australia's most successful and influential magazines, running for ninety-seven years from 1865 to its final issue printed in 1962. The magazine began as 'A Weekly Record of Amusing and Instructive Literature, Science and the Arts', but gradually became a more focussed publication of popular short stories written by Australian writers for readers across both genders and age groups. a b c Webby, Elizabeth (July 2004).

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780195544091.

Australian popular magazines, 1856-1969. Australian popular magazines, 1856-1969. Published 1983 by Oxford University Press in Melbourne. Australian periodicals, History.

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