Cyril Hopkins' Marcus Clarke

Hergenhan, Laurie, Wilding, Michael and Stewart, Ken Cyril Hopkins' Marcus Clarke. Edited by Laurie Hergenhan, Michael Wilding and Ken Stewart North Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Australian Scholarly Publishing; State Library of Victoria, 2009.

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Author Hergenhan, Laurie
Wilding, Michael
Stewart, Ken
Title Cyril Hopkins' Marcus Clarke
Formatted title Cyril Hopkins’ Marcus Clarke
Place of Publication North Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Publisher Australian Scholarly Publishing; State Library of Victoria
Publication year 2009
Sub-type Research book (original research)
ISBN 9781921509124
1921509120
Language eng
Editor Laurie Hergenhan
Michael Wilding
Ken Stewart
Total number of pages 339
Collection year 2009
Formatted Abstract/Summary This biography of Marcus Clarke was written a century ago by Cyril Hopkins, brother of Gerard Manley Hopkins and a close friend of Clarke, and is published now for the first time. Drawing on memories of their schooldays together in Highgate and Clarke's letters from Australia, Hopkins gives a fascinating picture of the mercurial immigrant's ups and downs as he moves from banking to jackarooing, before emerging as a controversial journalist. Clarke's career as theatre critic, bon viveur, librarian and author of the classic novel His Natural Life is vividly and movingly captured, along with the bustling and variegated character of a colonial city, the outback mining towns and the remote unexplored bush.

This volume was edited from the manuscript at the Mitchell Library
Keyword Original Creative Works - Other
Q-Index Code BX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

 
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