The Diaries of Ethel Turner
Candid and imaginative in life as well as in literature, Ethel Turner's diaries - as selected by her granddaughter Phillipa Poole - bring her Sydney life in the 1900's into attractive perspective, describing Government House balls and garden parties, and the generous gifts brought from the financial success of her books.
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A. B. Paterson Adrian afternoon APRIL asked AUGUST Babe Baby boat bought Bowral Cope copy cottage couldn’t Creed Curlewis Curnow Daily Telegraph dance dear little DECEMBER diaries dinner Dorothea Mackellar drawing room dress Ethel Turner FEBRUARY feel finished garden gave girl Gum Leaves happy Herbert Hermsley horrid idled JANUARY Jean Jean’s John of Daunt JULY JUNE Lady Larrikin literary Little Duchess Little Larrikin look Louie lovely lunch MARCH married Miss morning Mother nearly Neutral Bay never nice Nicola Silver night NOVEMBER O’Brien o’clock OCTOBER painting paper Parthenon picnic play Pockley poem pretty Rose Rosie says seems sent SEPTEMBER Seven Little Australians sewed short stories sweet Sydney talked tennis things thought told took town train tram walked Ward Lock week write wrote