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Allen Lane / Penguin Books Australia, Melbourne - ISBN 0713901454, 1983. Hardcover, 9¼" x 6", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Olive cloth-bound boards with green & white type to spine, illustrated endpapers, caricature frontis drawings, notes, and index. LOOSELY INSERTED: Review of this book by Richard Hall in "The Sydney Morning Herald", dated Nov 12, 1983 (two illustrations); PLUS a feature story on Archibald by Angie Testa in 'The Sun' (Sydney), March 21, 1984. Sylvia Lawson traces much of the tension in J F Archibald to what she calls the paradox of being colonial, the strain between his Australian nationalism and a sense of belonging to a cultural milieu wider than Australia. His editorship of the 'Bulletin' lasted an important 25 years during which time it became acknowledged as the "Bushman's Bible". The publication commenced in 1880, and survives today in Kerry Packer's stable of magazines.