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Published 1 October 1985 in Volume 12 No. 2. Subjects: Australian war literature, Journalism, War correspondents.
Cite as: Semmler, Clement. ‘War Correspondents in Australian Literature : An Outline.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 12, no. 2, 1985, doi: 10.20314/als.773b645d58.
Certainly in the case of his alterations to the bush poems of Barcroft Boake
Stephens's editing showed a good deal of ignorance of the spirit…
Semmler responds to Cecil Hadgraft's review of Semmler's Douglas Stewart (ALS Vol. 7, no. 2).
JAMES Brunton Stephens (1835-1902) is mainly and correctly
remembered as a poet; as a name his lustre in Australian literature
is somewhat dulled by the…