By Stuart Macintyre, Sheila Fitzpatrick
'Against the Grain' examines the twin careers of Brian Fitzpatrick and Manning Clark and exhibits the political and private problems that beset them either in the course of their careers. Fitzpatrick used to be the older via an entire decade, born in 1905 and raised within the decrease middle-class suburb of Moonee Ponds. From the neighborhood country university and Essendon excessive he received a scholarship to The collage of Melbourne and yet another residential scholarship to Trinity collage. whereas the following, he grew to become lively in pupil existence and helped discovered either the Labour membership and the coed newspaper, Farrago. This was once probably an outlet for his rebellious spirit.
Read or Download Against the grain : Brian Fitzpatrick and Manning Clark in Australian history and politics PDF
Similar history_2 books
Latin on the Crossroads of id is an research as a lot of the premodern capabilities of the Latin language as of the methods ethno-linguistic nationwide identities have been being built during the language debates of overdue eighteenth-, early nineteenth-century state of Hungary.
Description : Tout ce que vous avez voulu savoir sur l'histoire de Sparte, de l. a. fondation de los angeles cité à sa soumission aux Romains, est rassemblé dans cet ouvrage très complet avec les récits épiques de cette période
Recounts the evolution of the health of the Italians - from rags to riches - during the last hundred and fifty years. Giovanni Vecchi blends fiscal principles with newly-constructed old records on a footing which money owed for the old context. summary: Recounts the evolution of the health of the Italians - from rags to riches - over the past hundred and fifty years.
Extra info for Against the grain : Brian Fitzpatrick and Manning Clark in Australian history and politics
Brian Fitzpatrick, The Australian Commonwealth: A Picture of the Community 1901–1955, FW Cheshire, Melbourne, 1956. Brian Fitzpatrick and Rowan J Cahill, The Seamen’s Union of Australia 1872–1972, Seamen’s Union of Australia, Sydney, 1972; Ian Turner explains the commission in his introduction to A Short History of the Australian Labor Movement, p. 26, and Fitzpatrick regretted the union’s failure to publish it in a letter to Clem Christesen, 29 February 1956, Meanjin archives, The University of Melbourne.
He had little sympathy for ‘Manning’s clouds of errata and Flaws and Moles and Mysticism’, but sprang instinctively to his defence when ‘the egregious [Malcolm] Ellis’ attacked the first volume of Clark’s History. 52 He did read the History and it confirmed his expectations. 53 Even his belated reply to Clark’s inaugural lecture on ‘Rewriting Australian History’ was written at the suggestion of his wife Dorothy. As he explained to Clem Christesen, The genesis is in fact Doff’s. 54 The differences with Clark are acknowledged but they are means to an end.
I have found no evidence of Fitzpatrick’s reaction to the publication of ‘Portrait of a Freethinker’. It appeared in Quadrant in 1962, so he must have read it and noticed its provenance. The hostile portrait clearly marked a change in the relationship—the younger man now occupied the position of authority while Fitzpatrick had become the recipient of his patronage—but it also revealed Clark’s egocentric preoccupation with his own experience. Always sensitive to criticism, he seemed oblivious to the damage he could inflict with his judgements of others; or perhaps he simply assumed an artistic licence to tell of his quest for grace regardless of the consequences for the lost souls.
Against the grain : Brian Fitzpatrick and Manning Clark in Australian history and politics by Stuart Macintyre, Sheila Fitzpatrick