‘Some Means of Learning of the Best New Books’ : All About Books and the Modern Reader

Abstract

The article proposes a rethinking of the notion of the middle-brow in terms of the proliferation of ‘new books’ in the interwar period, through an analysis of the review journal All About Books.

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Published 1 May 2006 in Volume 22 No. 3. Subjects: Australian culture, Australian literary magazines, Literary criticism, Marketing, Readers.

Cite as: Carter, David. ‘‘Some Means of Learning of the Best New Books’ : All About Books and the Modern Reader.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 22, no. 3, 2006. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.f7b736a9dd.