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A Golden Age, A Treasury of Australian Children's Fantasy Classics (Visions of Fantasy/Through the Magic Door)

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'A Golden Age' is a treasury of Australian's children's fantasy classics. In two lavish and beautifully and beautifully presented companion volumes, it celebrates an unrivalled era in Australian fantasy writing and illustration. Volume One, 'Visions of Fantasy', introduces the illustrators - D.H. Souter, Ida Rentoul Outhwaite, May Gibbs and Dorothy Wall. Volume Two, 'Throu ...more
Hardcover, 662 pages
Published September 21st 1993 by HarperCollinsPublishers
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Robert Holden graduated with an Honours degree in English from The University of Queensland in 1973, a Post-Graduate degree in Library Science in 1973 and an Honours degree in Fine Arts from the Power Institute, The University of Sydney in 1981. He has published across a broad spectrum of interests and is well-known for his publications on the history of children's book illustration and design in ...more
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