Fryer Lecture in Australian Literature: Frank Moorhouse, 9 Dec 2015

University of Queensland. Library (2015) Fryer Lecture in Australian Literature: Frank Moorhouse, 9 Dec 2015. (University of Queensland Library Events)

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Creator University of Queensland. Library
Title Fryer Lecture in Australian Literature: Frank Moorhouse, 9 Dec 2015
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 2015-12-08
Recording Date 2015-12-08
Place of Recording Auditorium, Sir Llew Edwards Building, The University of Queensland, St Lucia
Year available 2018
Contributor Moorhouse, Frank, 1938-
Wright, Joanne
Gerrity, Bob
Farley, Simon
Series University of Queensland Library Events
Type audio/mp3
Original Format Digital sound recording (1 hr., 29 min., 28 sec.); 81.9 MB.
Duration 1 hr., 29 min., 28 sec.
Language eng
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Abstract/Summary Award-winning Australian author Frank Moorhouse AM delivers the inaugural Fryer Lecture in Australian Literature on the topic 'The survival of Australian writing: the role and authority of the literary imagination.'
Introductions by Professor Joanne Wright, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), University Librarian Bob Gerrty, and Simon Farley, Fryer Library Manager.
Keyword University of Queensland. Library -- Events
Fryer Library
Fryer Lecture in Australian Literature (Brisbane, Qld.)
Moorhouse, Frank, 1938-
Wright, Joanne
Gerrity, Bob
Farley, Simon
Authors, Australian
Australian literature -- 21st century

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