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Fri Mar 21 17:11:49 2014 UTClccn-n500372170.06Miles Franklin : novelist and feminist /0.380.97Miles Franklin's manuscripts and type-scripts : 125 items described in 74 lots ; issued to commemorate the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the firm Messrs. Berkelouw, 1812-1962 ; with an illustrated brief history of the firm and biography-bibliography on Miles Franklin41947058Miles_Franklinn 5003721772460Brent of Bin BinBrent, of Bin Bin, 1879-1954Brent of Bin Bin 1879-1954 PseudonymFranklin, Stella.Franklin, Stella, 1879-1954Franklin, Stella Maria Miles Lampe.Franklin, Stella Maria Miles Lampe, 1879-1954Franklin, Stella Maria Sarah Miles.Franklin, Stella Maria Sarah Miles, 1879-1954Franklin, Stella Miles.Franklin, Stella Miles, 1879-1954フランクリン, マイルズlccn-n50066753Barnard, Marjorie1897-1987lccn-n85227603Roe, Jilledtlccn-no92019786Davis, Judy1956-actviaf-91826429Fink, Margaretlccn-no2002000108Hughes, Wendy1952-actlccn-no2005080180Cullen, Max1940-lccn-no2005115047Britton, Aileen1916-1986lccn-nr2003003549Blue Underground, Inclccn-no2005115048Grubb, Robert1950-viaf-91846609Waks, NathanFranklin, Miles1879-1954FictionBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaHistoryFilm adaptationsRecords and correspondenceDiariesBildungsromansAustraliaFranklin, Miles,Young womenNovelists, AustralianAuthors, AustralianMan-woman relationshipsWomen and literatureLoveWorld War (1914-1918)Manners and customsFeministsWomen authors, AustralianAustralian fictionNew South WalesFriendshipJames, FlorenceCusack, DymphnaFurphy, Joseph,Such is life (Furphy, Joseph)LiteratureMotion picture playsCountry lifeUnited StatesSocial reformersFemale friendshipLesbiansEnglandGreat BritainAustraliansFullerton, Mary E.,Singleton, MabelSocial historyNew South Wales--BrindabellaAnniversariesAustralian literatureEnglish fictionMotion picturesYoung adult fiction, AustralianWomen novelists, AustralianYoung menMitchell Library, SydneyFrontier and pioneer lifeSquatter settlementsLand tenureLand settlementWomenFictionLove storiesNew South Wales--SydneyBooksellers and bookselling18791954188518901898189919001901190219031904190919151920192519281930193119321933193619371939194019421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619591962196319651966196719741977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201411737221742823PR9619.3.F68ocn6914261453093143ocn006734699book19010.24Franklin, MilesMy brilliant careerHistoryBiographyFictionBildungsromansAnnotation+-+968669022632490736ocn007550752book19460.27Franklin, MilesThe end of my careerFictionSybylla, with her touching charm, her impetuosity, her inappropriateness, ranks with the great romantic figures of the nineteenth century.' - The London Times74626ocn015252961book19280.24Franklin, MilesUp the country : a saga of pioneering daysHistoryFiction43510ocn007652822book19810.29Franklin, MilesOn Dearborn StreetFiction38539ocn013188753book19360.53Franklin, MilesAll that swagger30411ocn012976147book19090.39Franklin, MilesSome everyday folk and DawnFictionIt is 1904 and women's suffrage has hit the small town of Noonoon. Though the election campaigners preen themselves for the women's vote, the fight isn't entirely won, for the male residents are bristling at this threat to their supremacy. And down at Clay's there are other problems too: Dawn is now a young woman and in these days of slender chances Grandma Clay must keep an eye on the marriage market. But Dawn, lively and outspoken wants a career on the stage2219ocn011069023book19330.59Franklin, MilesBring the monkey19621ocn005135522book19300.56Franklin, MilesTen Creeks Run; a tale of the horse and cattle stations of the MurrumbidgeeFiction1734ocn047920403book20010.53Cusack, DymphnaYarn spinners : a story in lettersRecords and correspondence+-+17468775253241717ocn003443960book19440.53Franklin, MilesJoseph Furphy; the legend of a man and his bookBiography15810ocn022006955book19390.47Franklin, MilesPioneers on paradeFiction1317ocn000964152book19560.66Franklin, MilesLaughter, not for a cage : notes on Australian writing, with biographical emphasis on the struggles, functions, and achievements of the novel in three half-centuriesCriticism, interpretation, etc12113ocn011192296book19000.70Franklin, MilesOld Blastus of Bandicoot, opuscule on a pioneer, tufted with ragged rhymes1086ocn137329966book20070.53Franklin, MilesMy brilliant careerFiction+-+9221666006925ocn007433368book19500.70Franklin, MilesPrelude to waking; a novel in the first person and parentheses8912ocn010497977book19310.76Franklin, MilesBack to Bool Bool : a ramiparous novel with several prominent characters and a hantle of others disposed as the atolls of Oceania's archipelagoes7110ocn223136201rcrd19950.12Franklin, MilesMy brilliant careerFiction"I am given to something which a man never pardons in a woman. You will draw away as though I were a snake when you hear." With this warning, Sybylla confesses to her rich and handsome suitor that she is given to writing stories and bound, therefore, on a brilliant career. In this ironically titled and exuberant novel by Miles Franklin, originally published in 1901, Sybylla tells the story of growing up passionate and rebellious in rural New South Wales, where the most that girls could hope for was to marry or to teach. Sybylla will do neither, but that doesn't stop her from falling in love, and it doesn't make the choices any easier+-+8238585926324609ocn220038007book19280.28Franklin, MilesUp the country : a tale of the early Australian squattocracy4915ocn018521450book19630.32Franklin, MilesChildhood at Brindabella; my first ten yearsBiographyWritten in 1952 - 1953. Not published before her death in 1954.___486ocn007396297book19560.93Franklin, MilesGentlemen at Gyang Gyang : a tale of the jumbuck pads on the summer runsFiction7336ocn000615446book19670.53Barnard, MarjorieMiles FranklinHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Miles Franklin5872ocn060546768visu20030.23My brilliant careerFictionDramaFilm adaptations"Sybylla Melvyn struggles with the conflicts that we all have between ambition, family, love, and guilt in a most remarkable manner. Sybylla grows to understand that life is a series of trade-offs, and that no one can have it all, and that no one can please everyone. Simple yet universal themes told with charm, wit, and a vulnerability that allows us to get right inside of her character and to understand her"--IMBd24014ocn007433427book19630.32Franklin, MilesChildhood at Brindabella; my first ten yearsBiographyWritten in 1952 - 1953. Not published before her death in 1954.___2213ocn312728949book20090.79Roe, JillHer brilliant career : the life of Stella Miles FranklinBiography+-+84518592151864ocn008667417book19810.50Coleman, VernaMiles Franklin in America : her unknown (brilliant) careerBiography1754ocn002792462book19630.73Mathew, RayMiles FranklinBiography1625ocn010022913book19820.29Roderick, Colin ArthurMiles Franklin : her brilliant careerBiography+-+17662079263241595ocn049352738book20010.70Franklin, MilesA gregarious culture : topical writings of Miles FranklinCriticism, interpretation, etc1382ocn055732438book20040.21Franklin, MilesThe diaries of Miles FranklinDiaries1368ocn225672922book20080.19Roe, JillStella Miles Franklin : a biographyBiography"This biography is an authoritative account of the novelist, journalist, nationalist, feminist and larrikin Stella Miles Franklin, author of My Brilliant Career and a great literary figure. This account follows her story from her beginnings in the Australian bush, through her publishing success and time spent working for the women's labour movement in Chicago, and details her time spent as a nurse in the Balkans during World War I."--Provided by publisher+-+03202778253241295ocn030544104book19930.29Franklin, MilesMy congenials : Miles Franklin & friends in lettersBiographyRecords and correspondence+-+78453778253241251ocn026365490book19920.73Witcombe, EleanorMy brilliant career : the screenplayMotion picture plays1062ocn029017958book19880.35Barnard, MarjorieMiles Franklin : the story of a famous AustralianCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyA graceful blend of biography and literary criticism by Majorie Barnard, of her friend, Miles Franklin901ocn007433321book19540.50Franklin, MilesCockatoos, a story of youth and exodists871ocn046600634book20010.81Martin, SylviaPassionate friends : Mary Fullerton, Mabel Singleton & Miles FranklinBiography+-+9915501545324443ocn029002589book19800.56Library Council of New South WalesGuide to the papers and books of Miles Franklin in the Mitchell Library, State Library of NSWBibliography CatalogsCatalogs332ocn004251457book19550.93Miles Franklin, a tribute321ocn027595857book19910.06Blake, WMiles Franklin : novelist and feministJuvenile worksBiography221ocn027506531book19870.06Mannix, S. MBrodie's notes on Miles Franklin's My brilliant careerCriticism, interpretation, etc182ocn007601100book19620.97Messers. Berkelouw (Firm)Miles Franklin's manuscripts and type-scripts : 125 items described in 74 lots ; issued to commemorate the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the firm Messrs. Berkelouw, 1812-1962 ; with an illustrated brief history of the firm and biography-bibliography on Miles FranklinBibliography CatalogsCatalogsBibliography+-+9686690226324+-+9686690226324Fri Mar 21 16:04:39 EDT 2014batch32135