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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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Professor William Powrie, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, said: This significant funding will enable us to grow our world-leading research, teaching and enterprise activities, and to complete the development of our Boldrewood Innovation Campus.
Less concerned with historical accuracy than Boldrewood and Marryat, Verne's Waikato is more imagined than actual space.
Boldrewood wrote many stories about Australian life that often drew upon his experiences as a police magistrate in New South Wales, but the popularity of this bushranger romance overshadowed all of his other works.
Robbery Under Arms is more important here as the precursor and example rather than as stylistic influence, for Carey has done again what Boldrewood so innovatively achieved in the 1880s: the invention, or really, the reinvention of the bushranger's voice.
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).
What distinguished La Trobe was that he was, in the words of Rolf Boldrewood, 'a humane and highly cultured person'.
He was named after Rolf Boldrewood, an Australian writer, whom his mother admired.
The Boldrewood Block H Fit-Out Project involves the fitting out of a newly constructed building that will provide state of the art research and teaching facilities for the University of Southampton~s Faculty of Engineering and the Environment.
Farjeon, Robert Whitworth, Francis Adams, Rolf Boldrewood GW Boothby, Randolph Bedford among others.