Cover of: Rockchoppers | Edmund Campion


growing up Catholic in Australia
  • 241 Pages
  • 0.19 MB
  • English
Penguin , Ringwood, Vic., Australia, New York, N.Y., U.S.A
Catholic Church -- Australia., Catholics -- Austr



StatementEdmund Campion.
SeriesAn Australian original
LC ClassificationsBX1685 .C35 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination241 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3117920M
ISBN 100140064451
LC Control Number82227579

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Job control for workers’ health: the Sydney rockchoppers’ strike. Peter Sheldon “Of course, rebellion is a crime, and a very serious one, but it seems to me looking at the deliberate, and ostentatious, and defiant character of it, to be more like an act of rebellion, a resolution on the part of the body that they will defy and set at naught the law.

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Edmund Campion is a Sydney priest and writer whose books include Rockchoppers: Growing up Catholic in Australia () and Australian Catholic Lives (). He has Rockchoppers book chair of the Literature Board of the Australia Council for the Arts, and a judge of numerous literary : Edmund Campion.

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Edmund Campion is the author of Ten Reasons Proposed to His Adversaries for Disputation in the Name of the Faith and Presented to the Illustrious Members 4/5. Campion’s Australian Catholics E DMUND CAMPION’s book, Rockchoppers, published inwas a major publishing success, for a book about religion.

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Nicknames such as micks, paddies and rockchoppers showed that for decades Catholics were second best in Australia. Edmund Campion examines the influences on this tribal group of Australians, particularly from the Irish-Australian church. He also looks at Mr. B.A. Santamaria's Movement.

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Rockchoppers, ‘the “real” University of Sydney on the library steps’. For my History Honours year at Sydney University students were issued with a. list of suggested thesis topics (although they could also choose their own topics). Only two of the staff, Dr Hazel King and.

The Boy Behind the Curtain TIM WINTON HAMISH HAMILTON To gauge the length of the shadow Tim Winton casts on Australian fiction writing, you need only read the stories written in schools and universities, the submissions to literary agents, publishers and journals, the slush piles, the entries to competitions.

Every second writer is the next Winton.11 Edmund Campion, Rockchoppers, p Campion writes, “The saddest moment in Mr Santamaria’s life seems to me the fortieth anniversary dinner of the Movement, in Julywhere one of the speakers was Mr Malcolm Fraser, Prime Minister of Australia.

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The Australian YCW was notably an initiative of the laity (the Melbourne Campion Society, and the Grail), whose schemes were adopted by the bishops and from developed by a.