FALS: Colin Roderick Lecture 1992: Michael Wilding
The Radical Tradition: Lawson, Furphy, Stead by Michael Wilding, 1992. Also recorded as Monograph No 24.
The Colin Roderick Lectures, sponsored by the Townsville Foundation for Australian Literary Studies, are delivered annually by a distinguished Australian writer or academic at James Cook University, and subsequently published by the Foundation. The series is named for Emeritus Professor Colin Roderick, Foundation Professor of English at James Cook University and distinguished Lawson scholar.
Michael Wilding is Reader in English at Sydney University. He has published widely on English and Australian Literature and has also written many books of fiction. His books include Aspects of the Dying Process, 1972, The Portable Marcus Clarke, 1976, The Paraguayan Experiment, 1985 and Dragons Teeth: Literature in the English Revolution, 1987.