Review of Ada Cambridge, Tasma and Rosa Praed by Raymond Beilby and Cecil Hadgraft
The combined output of these three writers was about seventy-five books, not to mention individual stories, articles and journalism. The authors have done remarkably well in commenting on this small library in a scant forty pages. Beilby and Hadgraft have chosen a strongly biographical emphasis, partly because of the format of the series for which they are writing, and partly because they find the writers 'more interesting than what they write'.
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