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The Play's The Thing

Hamlet uses the fortuitous arrival of the players at Elsinore as the pivotal point in his prolonged campaign to expose his uncle's fratricide/regicide. He confesses his confidence in the power of the play to effect this outcom. Hamlet of course is fiction. Could this happen in real life? Apparently so, according to various accounts of the opening night performance in November 1932 at J C Williamson's Criterion Theatre in Sydney of the play Whose Child.

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Women of a Certain Chinese Age

I have been working with Lily Xiao Hong Lee and Agnes Stefanowska for over a decade on The Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women (New York: M E Sharpe, 1998-). Three volumes have been published and we are now working on the final (fourth but in historical chronology third) volume. Without Agnes, who died suddenly just two years ago, Lily and I faltered somewhat and our progress slowed for a time...

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ISAA, the Founding Years: A Personal View

by Ann Moyal AM

The Independent Scholars Association of Australia has now enjoyed a fruitful existence for more than fifteen years and in view of its diverse and changing membership, I would like to make available this personal recollection of its genesis and early years.1

The decision to establish a body that brought together the interests of independent scholars emerged over time from my own direct experience at the young...

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