Inky Stephensen's internment experience in Australia: letters to his wife (1942-45)
P.R. or 'Inky Stephensen (1901-1965), author of The Foundations of Culture in Australia: An Essay Towards National Self Respect (1936) was once well known as an advocate for Australian culture. Midwife to Xavier Herbert's Capricornia, publisher of finely-printed books in his and Jack Lindsay's Fanfrolico Press, advisor to the indigenous committee for the 1938 Day of Mourning, he came to the attention of the Security Service as the business manager, contributor to and later editor (1936-1942)...[Show more]
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