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“THE BOOKFELLOW.”

The first and second numbers of “The Bookfellow,’’ which promises t-o be an indispensable journal, are to hand. Any person who cares at all for art and literature (and who does not ?■) must give such a publication, a very enthusiastic reception, and look forward to its weekly visits with no small amount of pleasure. Mr A. Gr. Stephens (author of “Oblation, 7- “The Red Pa.gan, ’’ etc., and for many years controller of The Bulletin's “Red Page”) is editor, and is undoubtedly one of the first critics in Australia. “The Bookfellow’’ will will fully notice all classes of Australian literature, and week by week supply a representative utterance of Australasian literary opinion. It is well illustrated, contains stories, poems, and articles dealing with especially interesting subjects, and one imagines few people will care to be without so excellent a periodical of one holding such a high journalistic ideal.

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“THE BOOKFELLOW.”, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 48, 26 January 1907

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“THE BOOKFELLOW.” Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 48, 26 January 1907

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