Review of Patrick White: A Bibliography, by Brian Hubber and Vivian Smith

The works of Patrick White have attracted more critical commentary than those of any other Australian writer. Since his death there has been a lull. It is a surprise then to see a flagship suddenly sailing into this silent sea, not a new critical or biographical work but a thoroughly professional bibliography of his oeuvre. The timing of its appearance may be the result of labours extended over many years and of delays in publication, but an enter- prise ofsuch magnitude must raise interesting questions.

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Published 1 May 2005 in Volume 22 No. 1. Subjects: White, Patrick.

Cite as: Hergenhan, Laurie. ‘Review of Patrick White: A Bibliography, by Brian Hubber and Vivian Smith.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 22, no. 1, 2005. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.ac8ca615fa.