Marcus Clarke

Standard Name: Clarke, Marcus

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Literary responses Mary Fortune
Lucy Sussex describes The Bushranger's Autobiography as an action melodrama,
Sussex, Lucy, and Mary Fortune. “A Woman of Mystery”. The Detectives’ Album, Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, pp. 3 - 18.
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and compares it unfavourably with Marcus Clarke 's contemporaneous His Natural Life. While it contains some fine writing,
Sussex, Lucy, and Mary Fortune. “A Woman of Mystery”. The Detectives’ Album, Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, pp. 3 - 18.
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she suggests it...
Publishing Caroline Leakey
First published in London in two volumes, it appeared in Hobart in 1860. The novel was written between March 1857 and March 1858. It went through three editions and three reprints between 1859 and 1900...
Reception Mary Fortune
Lucy Sussex names Fanny Fern , George Augustus Sala , and Charles Dickens , as well as MF 's Australian contemporary Marcus Clarke , as influences on her non-fiction writing. Sussex calls her tone vital...
Textual Production Mary Fortune
The Bushranger's Autobiography was published under the auspices of MF 's The Detective's Album series over eight instalments. It ran from September 1871 to March 1872, concluding in June 1872 after a hiatus and with...
Textual Production Frances Sarah Hoey
P. D. Edwards lists a number of revisions of other writers' works by FSH , notably amongst them the corrections made on behalf of Marcus Clarke to his novel of Australian convict experience His Natural...

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