Review of Henry Lawson, Letters 1890-1922 edited by Colin Roderick


Probably nobody in the world knows more about Henry Lawson than Professor Roderick. In recent years he has given us his three volume edition of Lawson's verse; now this collection of letters comes as a worthy addition to his scholarly harvest. Indeed, it seems safe to predict that it will establish itself as an indispensable source book not only for students of Lawson but for anybody interested in the literary history of the whole Lawson generation.

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Published 1 May 1971 in Volume 5 No. 1. Subjects: Correspondence, Henry Lawson.

Cite as: Heseltine, Harry Payne. ‘Review of Henry Lawson, Letters 1890-1922 edited by Colin Roderick.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 5, no. 1, 1971, doi: 10.20314/als.8e36e7b210.