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Resources, 20 Mar 2014 [cached]
Australian Author Joan Lindsay and "Picnic at Hanging Rock"
Collections, 28 Nov 2013 [cached]
Author Joan Lindsay and Picnic at Hanging Rock
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Used by Joan Lindsay to type her manuscript of Picnic at Hanging Rock
Joan Lindsay's fame as a talented author culminated in her classic novel Picnic at Hanging Rock set on St. Valentines Day in 1900. The text has become part of the Australian literary canon. The National Trust's custodianship of her home Mullbery Hill, that she shared with her husband Daryl, contains many objects related to the writing, publishing and filming of this famous novel. Joan Lindsay collected antique St. Valentines Day cards, an interest that began after she inherited an album from her parents. Included in her collection are the original cards used as props by actors in the Peter Weir film of the book.
Epicurean Archives - Naked Hungry Traveller, 27 May 2013 [cached]
Author Joan Lindsay's fabulous novel, Picnic at Hanging Rock, which was made into a sensational film by master director Peter Weir in 1975, tells the story of four women lost forever in the labyrinth of Hanging Rock's rocky slopes.
Joan Lindsay On ..., 24 Jan 2011 [cached]
Joan Lindsay On Valentine's Day, 1900, a group of private school girls in Victoria, Australia's Mt. Macedon region go for a picnic that ends in tragedy when three pupils and a teacher go missing after climbing a rock. Author Joan Lindsay never reveals the mystery of what happened to the four, which prompted the publication of a book of hypothetical solutions by Yvonne Rosseau in 1980.
People that Disappear into Thin Air - Another Dimension Perhaps?, 26 July 2006 [cached]
The book was written by well known Australian Author Joan Lindsay and published in the 1960's.
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