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Boldrewood

Rolf, real name Thomas Alexander Browne. 1826--1915, Australian writer, born in the UK, noted for his novels of the Australian outback, esp Robbery Under Arms (1882--3)
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Southampton s contribution to UKCRIC is a new Au36m National Infrastructure Laboratory, based at the University s Boldrewood Innovation Campus, which is also home to Lloyd s Register s Global Technology Centre and further major facilities including a 138-metre towing tank and other advanced fluid dynamics experimental facilities.
Boldrewood himself claimed that the character in his novel was a composite of several bushrangers that included Readford.
Rolf Boldrewood was a bestselling Australian novelist who modelled his fiction on his literary hero Sir Walter Scott.
It is important because it appeared before the advent of Australia's famous bushranger novels by Henry Kingsley and Rolf Boldrewood.
The violent history and exploits of Ned Kelly and other bushrangers that terrorized the colonies in the 1860s and 1870s influenced the novel, which Boldrewood claimed, in the preface to the 1889 Macmillan edition, was based on fact.
Sticht also acquired contemporary Australiana, including novels by authors such as Rolf Boldrewood, and historical essays such as J.
Others in the final parade included Anne Edwards' Pony Breeding winner, the dark cream yearling filly Sarnau Golden Virtue, Dyfrig Williams' 10-year-old Section C brood mare, the bay Boldrewood Leading Lady, shown with her pretty three-month-old filly foal, Gerdig Princess, Sue James's Coloured champion, the six-year-old piebald mare Chancey deal smartly ridden by Loretta Joynson and the winning child rider, Hannah James, on her 10-year-old bay gelding Haziz.
This narrative method amounted to a stylistic innovation, for it committed the otherwise conservative Boldrewood to an inward understanding of why healthy young colonial men, not of convict extraction and with opportunity aplenty, were nevertheless tempted to "turn out" as bushrangers.
For years after it stood in the back yard with cracked panels, a monument of domestic miscalculation', Rolf Boldrewood, Old Melbourne memories, Melbourne, 1884, p.
Design and Construction of Block D&G on the University of Southampton Boldrewood Campus, Southampton, Hampshire to provide a new engineering/education/office building, at grade site car parking, landscaping and infrastructure.
Geoffrey Hamlin is now considered to have commenced the celebration of the Australian pastoral romance, a theme and celebration continued later by Rolf Boldrewood.
A Tale of the War in New Zealand (1895); Hume Nisbet, The Rebel Chief: A Romance of New Zealand (1896); Rolf Boldrewood, 'War to the Knife', or, Tangata Maori (1899).