After 925


Discusses 925, a magazine of the working class that made its readers aware 'of the gap between the slogans that are designed to underpin our society and how it really is'.

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Published 1 May 1986 in Volume 12 No. 3. Subjects: Australia - Literary portrayal, Australian literary magazines, Working class literature.

Cite as: Murphy, Peter. ‘After 925.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 12, no. 3, 1986, doi: 10.20314/als.361f63c980.