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Ned Kelly : icon of modern culture

Author: Catherine Lynette Innes
Publisher: Westfield, U.K. : Helm Information Ltd, 2008
Series: Icons of modern culture.
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Using the evidence of contemporary sources, as well as many subsequent extracts from letters, songs, books, plays, films and paintings which feature Ned Kelly, this work illustrates the fascination  Read more...

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Named Person: Ned Kelly; Ned Kelly; Ned Kelly; Edward Kelly
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Lynette Innes
ISBN: 1903206162 9781903206164
OCLC Number: 262772068
Description: xii, 274 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.
Contents: List of IllustrationsAcknowledgementsSeries Editor's PrefaceGeneral IntroductionChronologyA Biography of Ned KellyPart I: 1878-1890: Historical and Contemporary recordsPolitical and Cultural Context: 1878-18901. Letter from Edward Kelly to Sergeant James Babington2. The Cameron Letter3. From The Jerilderie Letter4. Contemporary Newspaper Accounts and Journalism5. Literary Representations6. Popular Culture: Ballads, Songs & DramaPart II: 1890-1930Political and Cultural Context: 1890-19307. Francis A. Hare, from The Last of the Bushrangers8. Thomas Seccombe, from Twelve Bad MenNed Kelly and Film: 1906-19309. The Story of the Kelly Gang (1906)Song, Drama and Fiction10. Robbit Jon Clow, The Cause of Kelly (1918)11. Charlie Vaude, 'Kelly Gang Jazz'12. Charles E. Taylor, The Girl Who Helped Ned Kelly (1928)-extract13. J. J. Kenneally, The Complete Inner History of the Kelly Gangand Their Pursuers14. The Kelly Brothers: Dan and JamesPart III: 1930-1960Political and Cultural Context: 1930-196015. Ballads: John Manifold, 'The Death of Kelly' andanon., 'Ned Kelly Was a Gentleman'16. Clive Turnbull, from 'Introduction' to Ned Kelly: Being HisOwn Story of His Life and Crimes17. Douglas Stewart, from Ned Kelly18. Max Brown, from 'Foreword' to Australian Son19. William Beard, from Exploits Notorious20. Sidney Nolan's Ned Kelly Series21. Boravansky Ballet, The OutlawPart IV: 1960-2005Political and Cultural Context: 1960-2005Literary representations:22. A. Bertram Chandler, from Kelly Country23. Robert Drewe, from Our Sunshine24. Peter Carey, from True History of the Kelly GangKelly Family Fictions25. Jean Bedford, from Sister KateFilm and documentaries26. John Michael McDonagh, from Screenplay for Ned Kelly,directed by Gregor JordanKelly MiscellanyEducational KellyPolitical KellyCommodified Kelly: Peter Hicks and Geoff Francis,'Ned Kelly Song'Part V: Critical Essays27. Deborah Bird Rose, from Dingo Makes Us Human28. Allison Holland and Clare Williamson, 'Ned Kelly in theAustralian Artistic and Popular Imagination'29. Graham Seal, from Tell 'em I died Game: The Legend ofNed KellySelected BibliographyIndex
Series Title: Icons of modern culture.
Responsibility: Lyn Innes.

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