'Count Your Dead' is the first novel written about the Vietnam War by a professional soldier. John Rowe served in Vietnam as an Australian Major attached to the 173rd US Airborne Brigade and as a Senior Intelligence Officer for the Australian Task Force.  A fictional story with drama, violence, strong characters and poignant moments, Count Your Dead is closely based on real events and John Rowe's personal experiences and observations of real people.

'Count Your Dead' is the first novel written about the Vietnam War by a professional soldier. John Rowe served in Vietnam as an Australian Major attached to the 173rd US Airborne Brigade and as a Senior Intelligence Officer for the Australian Task Force. A fictional story with drama, violence, strong characters and poignant moments, Count Your Dead is closely based on real events and John Rowe's personal experiences and observations of real people.

'Lucinda Brayford' (1946) chronicles three generations of an Anglo-Australian family around the turn of the twentieth century and contrasts both Australian and English societies. At the same time, the book is a sensitive study of one woman's life. Lucinda's family, originally arriving in Australia in disgrace, become wealthy though farming, eventually owning a magnificent house in Toorak where the cream of Melbourne society gathers for social events.

'Lucinda Brayford' (1946) chronicles three generations of an Anglo-Australian family around the turn of the twentieth century and contrasts both Australian and English societies. At the same time, the book is a sensitive study of one woman's life. Lucinda's family, originally arriving in Australia in disgrace, become wealthy though farming, eventually owning a magnificent house in Toorak where the cream of Melbourne society gathers for social events.

'Oh Lucky Country' (Paese fortunato) uses first-person point of view to inflate migrant oppression to such absurdist proportions that its swirling narrative boils over into a maelstrom, washing away all migrant clichés. It is a witty, tragi-comic view of Australian society, culture and prejudice.

'Oh Lucky Country' (Paese fortunato) uses first-person point of view to inflate migrant oppression to such absurdist proportions that its swirling narrative boils over into a maelstrom, washing away all migrant clichés. It is a witty, tragi-comic view of Australian society, culture and prejudice.

John Shaw Neilson (1872-1942) is Australia's great lyric poet and Collected Poems (1934), dedicated to Louise Dyer, bears his imprimatur. Encouraged by his editor, Robert Croll, Neilson was totally involved in its publication and promotion, selecting the poems, rewriting lines, adding new stanzas and restoring A.G. Stephen's earlier changes. Photographic sittings and book signings followed as well as favourable reviews.

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Charles Dickens is little celebrated as a journalist, yet his career spanned nearly 40 years.  This volume contains stories on the experiences of convicts. Beginning with court processes and sentencing in Britain, the stories provide an insight into the conditions of prisoners on board ships to Australia and in prisons, and the range of treatments received by convicts until their conditional or final pardon.

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Charles Dickens is little celebrated as a journalist, yet his career spanned nearly 40 years.   The stories in this volume examine important questions faced by prospective immigrants: how to prepare; what to take to Australia; how to recognise a suitable vessel to sail on; who and where to go for advice before embarking on this life-changing adventure.

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Charles Dickens is little celebrated as a journalist, yet his career spanned nearly 40 years.  This volume contains stories of the triumphs and failures associated with opening up new country in the Australian bush. There are tales of floods and fire; encounters with bushrangers and Aborigines, interspersed with vignettes of everyday life.

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Charles Dickens is little celebrated as a journalist, yet his career spanned nearly 40 years. This volume focuses on mining. There are stories of men and women from all ranks of society, sailors on the run and Chinese immigrants, all hoping to make a fortune.

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Charles Dickens is little celebrated as a journalist, yet his career spanned nearly 40 years.  This volume has stories about the unsafe, damp and cramped living conditions at sea endured by emigrants and sailors alike. The articles highlight the need to improve the desperate conditions and the need for a faster route for ships to travel. There is also a whaling story that paints a vivid picture of a whale chase in the hazardous waters south of Hobart.

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Widely and positively reviewed at the time of publication in 1903, Ada Cambridge's incisive and moving autobiography, Thirty Years in Australia, now re-emerges in a modern new edition. Enthusiasts and cultural historians alike will welcome the reappearance of this lively and significant volume.    Includes an updated introduction by Dr Margaret Bradstock, and the introduction to the 1989 edition by Dr Margaret Bradstock and Dr Louise Wakeling.

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