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by VANCE PALMER
Edward Vivian "Vance" Palmer (28 August 1885 – 15 July 1959) was an Australian novelist, dramatist, essayist and critic.
Edward Vivian "Vance" Palmer (28 August 1885 – 15 July 1959) was an Australian novelist, dramatist, essayist and critic. Vance Palmer was born in Bundaberg, Queensland, on 28 August 1885 and attended the Ipswich Grammar School. With no university in Queensland, he studied contemporary Australian writing at the intellectual hub in Brisbane at the time, the School of Arts, following the work of A. G. Stephens
The Big Fellow (1959) is the last novel by Australian author Vance Palmer. It won the 1959 Miles Franklin Award. This is the third in the author's Golconda trilogy of novels, following Golconda (1948) and Seedtime (1957)
The Big Fellow (1959) is the last novel by Australian author Vance Palmer. This is the third in the author's Golconda trilogy of novels, following Golconda (1948) and Seedtime (1957). The novel continues the story of the Big Fellow, Macy Donovan, a politician in Queensland. Now 50 he is about to take over the role of Premier as the incumbent, Wardle, departs for a cosy job in London.
Vance Palmer is a name well-known to people of my generation who found his Legends of the Nineties or National Portraits on their reading lists at school, but I had never read any of his fiction until, working my way through the Miles Franklin Award winners on my TBR, it was time to read The Big Fellow which won the award in.
Nettie and Vance Palmer. This is quite the interview.
The Big Fellow is the last novel by Australian author Vance Palmer. "Vance Palmer Novel Wins Franklin Award". The Canberra Times, 19 March 1960. Retrieved 6 June 2016.
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Vance Palmer, renowned Australian artist and critic delivered a talk at the University of Melbourne to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of Anton Chekhov. He spoke about the reasons as t. More).
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Publisher: University of Queensland Press (1973)