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Australia has been establishing stronger links with Asia—but has been unable to shake off the British monarchy Australia's landmass—which can be viewed as the world's largest ...

Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand

Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand  

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Founded in 1969, modelled on the Bibliographical Society (UK) and the Bibliographical Society of America, BSANZ encourages research in physical bibliography. A journal, the BSANZ Bulletin, commenced ...
Australian Scholarly Editions Centre

Australian Scholarly Editions Centre  

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Established in 1993 at the University of New South Wales to coordinate, on behalf of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, the Academy Editions of Australian Literature project (ten scholarly ...
Australian Book Review

Australian Book Review  

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Edited by Max Harris, Geoffrey Dutton, and Rosemary Wighton 1961–73; resumed with National Book Council support in 1978, and now established as Australia’s premier reviewing journal. ABR’s ...
Daniel Wrixon Thorpe

Daniel Wrixon Thorpe  

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 (1889–1976) Australian publisher.Thorpe was a leading figure in the Australian Booksellers’ Association. In 1921, he established the Australian Stationery and Fancy Goods Journal (now Australian ...
Dan Sprod

Dan Sprod  

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 (1924– ) Australian librarian, bookseller, and publisher.Sprod worked at the National Library of Australia and the University of Tasmania. In retirement he established Blubber Head Press, publishing ...
Horwitz

Horwitz  

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Australian publisher.The Horwitz family began publishing trade and sporting magazines in the 1920s. In the late 1940s they branched into pulp fiction, publishing Australia’s first science fiction ...
Ian Francis McLaren

Ian Francis McLaren  

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 (1912–2000) Australian book collector and bibliographer.McLaren compiled bibliographies of Australian writers including Marcus Clarke and Henry Kendall, and the nine-volume Australian Explorers by ...
biographical dictionary

biographical dictionary  

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Begin with Men of the Time in Australia, Victorian Series, published in Melbourne in 1878 by McCarron, Bird & Co. J. Henniker Heaton, English journalist and postal reformer, published Australian ...
Wallace Kirsop

Wallace Kirsop  

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 (1933– ) Australian scholar.Blending physical bibliography and French Annales historiography, he pioneered the bibliographical and historical study of the book trade in Australia. An authority on ...
State Library of New South Wales

State Library of New South Wales  

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Located in Sydney, Australia, and tracing its origins to the Australian Subscription Library established in 1826, the State Library of NSW was founded as a publicly funded institution (originally the ...
Commonwealth Writers Prize

Commonwealth Writers Prize  

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Was established in 1987 to encourage literary writing and publishing in English from all the Commonwealth countries. While not of great significance in Australia where a widespread system of grants ...
Sir Harold White

Sir Harold White  

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 (1905–92) Australian librarian.Commonwealth parliamentary librarian (1947–68), White fostered the development of the National Library of Australia and was its first chief librarian (1960–70). He ...
prothonotary

prothonotary  

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In Australia, the Prothonotary is the Principal Registrar of a state Supreme Court or one of its Divisions (e.g. in NSW the Registrar of the Common Law Division of the ...
E.W. Cole

E.W. Cole  

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 (1832–1918) Australian bookseller and publisher.A labourer’s son, Cole joined the Victorian gold rush in 1852. Having no success on the diggings, he tried other occupations. In 1865 he hired ...
George Howe

George Howe  

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 (1769–1821) Australian printer and publisher.Born in the West Indies, Howe worked on the London Times before being convicted of shoplifting and transported to New South Wales in 1800. Appointed ...
Fanfrolico Press

Fanfrolico Press  

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*Private press, established by Kirtley and Jack Lindsay, son of the artist Norman Lindsay. After issuing several publications in Sydney, Australia, including Lindsay’s Fauns and Ladies (1923) and his ...
Harold Love

Harold Love  

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 (1937–2007) Australian literary historian, critic, and editor,especially of the literature of Restoration England. Among his numerous studies are the profoundly influential Scribal Publication in ...
State Library of Victoria

State Library of Victoria  

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Established at Melbourne, Australia, in 1853, SLV (originally Melbourne Public Library) was one of a group of institutions designed to restore social stability at the height of the Australian gold ...
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A passage of text that deals with a particular point in the topic, begins on a new line, and ends on a line separate from the text that follows. Paragraphing ...
colonial editions

colonial editions  

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Editions of books published for distribution at special prices to colonial markets, chiefly Australia and New Zealand, but also India, Canada, South Africa, and elsewhere. Several British firms ran ...

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