Explorations – No 47 Dec 2009

JANA VERHOEVEN, Foreword FABRICE DAUCHEZ & JACQUELINE DUTTON, Ambiguous Australian Stereotypes in French Literature: The Case of Nullarbor by David Fauquemberg The authors investigate the use and significance of stereotypes in David Fauquemberg’s Nullarbor. Dauchez and Dutton situate this recently published book in the tradition of French travel writing about the antipodes and examine how […]

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 […]