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‘Jack Cade: A Tribute to the Much-Maligned Patriot (see ‘Henry VI’ Second Part. Act IV. Scene X)’, The Bulletin, 8 December 1894.
Tags: biography, Dante Alghieri (c.1265-1321), Early Australian Literary Tastes, Edmund Spenser (c.1552-1599), English language, Geoffrey Chaucer (c.1340-1400), Hainault, heresy, John Milton (1608â€“1674), John of Gaunt (1340â€“1399), John Wycliffe (d.1384), medieval poet, medieval poetry, poet, poetry, William Shakespeare (1564â€“1616)
Tags: Alfred Tennyson, Edmund Spenser, fairy tales, fantasy, fiction, film, hobbit, hobbits, literature, Melbourne, Peter Jackson, poetry, pop culture, popular culture, Stephanie Trigg, The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of the Rings, Tolkien, universities, university, University of Melbourne, Victoria
Tags: Adam Lindsay Gordon, Alfred Hill (1869-1960), Australian poet, Camden, doublet, Elizabeth II, Hugh Raymond McCrae (1876-1958), international appeal, Kenneth Slessor (1901-1971), line-drawings, medieval clothing, medieval lyricism, New South Wales, Norman Lindsay (1879-1969), O.B.E., pastoral poetry, poetry, royal investiture, ruff, sketches, Sydney