The French Australian Review – No 69 Australian Summer 2020-2021

JANE GILMOUR, ELAINE LEWIS, Foreword CAROLINE WINTER, Com-Memoration of the Great War: Tourists and remembrance on the Western Front Social memory changes in response to the characteristics and needs of each generation, thus it can often present a somewhat more favourable perspective on past events, compared with historical reality. In the lead up to the […]

Explorations – No 54 Australian Winter 2013

IVAN BARKO, Foreword DOUGLAS WILKIE, Marie Callegari in Australia: the Identity of Alexandre Dumas’s Narrator in Le Journal de Madame Giovanni This article presents the case for identifying Alexandre Dumas’s narrator in Le Journal de Madame Giovanni as Louisa La Grange, who was transported to Van Diemen’s Land in 1843. It traces the life story […]

Explorations No 3 – Jul 1986

WALLACE KIRSOP, Foreword ROBERT TRUMBLE, Vincent d’Indy – musicien français – an account of a significant French/Australian link This article sketches the career of composer Vincent d’Indy, a pupil of César Franck, and his undeserved eclipse since his death in 1931. The Australian connection was first established by Bernard Heinze, later Sir Bernard, when, at […]