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  1. His Natural Life by Marcus Andrew Hislop Clarke, 2009-12-20
  2. Marcus Garvey and the Vision of Africa by John Henrik Clarke, 1974-03-12
  3. Old tales of a young country by Marcus Andrew Hislop Clarke, 2010-08-16
  4. For the Term of His Natural Life by Marcus Andrew Hislop Clarke, 2010-04-08
  5. History of the Continent of Australia and the Island of Tasmania (1787 to 1870) by Marcus Clarke, 2010-01-12
  6. Marcus Clarke: An annotated checklist, 1863-1972 (Studies in Australian bibliography) by Samuel Rowe Simmons, 1975
  7. Marcus Clarke (Australian Writers & Their Work) by Michael Wilding, 1978-01-26
  8. The Austral Edition Of The Selected Works Of Marcus Clarke, Together With A Biography And Monograph Of The Deceased Author
  9. Marcus Clarke, an annotated bibliography by Ian Francis McLaren, 1982
  10. The Marcus Clarke Memorial Volume: Containing Selections from the Writings of Marcus Clarke, Together with Lord Rosebery's Letter, Etc., and a Biography of the Deceased Author by Marcus Andrew Hislop Clarke, Hamilton Mackinnon, 2010-01-11
  11. Marcus Clarke: his work and genius by Amos William Brazier, 2010-09-03
  12. The castaways of hell's gates: Based on an episode from Marcus Clarke's For the term of his natural life by Sue Phillips, 1982
  13. The Australian Edition of the Selected Works of Marcus Clarke, Together with a Biography and Monograph of the Deceased Author by Marcus Andrew Hislop Clarke, Hamilton Mackinnon, 2010-03-08
  14. For the Term of His Natural Life - The Only Complete Illustrated Edition by Marcus Clarke, 1988

1. Sensational Tales - Marcus Clarke
Marcus Clarke. Sensational Tales.. Melbourne McCarron, Bird, 1886 MarcusClarke (18461881) was the only child of a London barrister.
Marcus Clarke. Sensational Tales.. Melbourne: McCarron, Bird, 1886 Marcus Clarke (1846-1881) was the only child of a London barrister. His father died when he was sixteen and it was arranged for him to join his uncle in Australia. He worked as a bank clerk and on a property in the Wimmera before gaining a position on the Argus and quickly establishing his reputation as a journalist. His first novel, "Long Odds", appeared in serial form in 1868-69, but forays into magazine publishing proved unprofitable and he returned to journalism. A working trip to Tasmania resulted in his most famous work, the convict novel "His Natural Life", first published in serial form in 1870-72. In 1873 he was appointed Secretary to the Trustees of the Melbourne Public Library, and was later made sub-librarian. His inability to manage money led to bankruptcy in 1874, and he was involved in a second round of insolvency proceedings when he died suddenly at the age of thirty-five.

2. Marcus Clarke - Literary Dynamo
An Exhibition from the Australian Manuscripts Collection in the Queen's Hall of the State Library of Victoria 17 November 1997 to 16 January 1998 Return to State Library of Victoria
An Exhibition from the
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17 November 1997 to 16 January 1998

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3. Words - Marcus Clarke
Marcus Clarke. 18461881. Novels. For the Term of His NaturalLife. Verse. Song of Tigilau, The. Back Words Home Site Info.
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4. Foley's List: Barristers Clerks
Marcus Clarke (LL.B., B.Ec.) was admitted in Victoria in 1985 and signed theBar Roll in 1987. Tel 9225 8452 Mobile 0412 352 022 Fax 9225 8584.

5. The Consumption Reader -- David B. Clarke Marcus Doel Kate M. L. Housiaux
Edited by David B. Clarke, Marcus Doel and Kate ML Housiaux. Routledge.Due/Published January 2003, 368 pages, paper. ISBN 0415213770.
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6. Marcus Clarke - Wikipedia
Marcus Clarke. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Marcus Clarke (18461881)was a novelist, best known for his novel For the Term of his Natural Life.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Marcus Clarke ) was a novelist, best known for his novel For the Term of his Natural Life . This is a 'ripping yarn', which at times relies on unrealistic coincidences. The story follows the fortunes of Rufus Dawes, a young man transported for a murder which he did not commit. The harsh and inhumane treatment meted out to the convicts, some of whom were transported for relatively minor crimes, is clearly conveyed. The conditions experienced by the convicts are graphically described. The novel was based on research by the author as well as a visit to the penal settlement of Port Arthur
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7. Marcus Andrew Hislop Clarke
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8. The Haunted Author, By Marcus Clarke
Marcus Clarke was born in London, England, UK. He emigrated to Australia at theage of 18, where he became a journalist. The Haunted Author Marcus Clarke.
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Marcus Clarke was born in London, England, UK. He emigrated to Australia at the age of 18, where he became a journalist. His best-known work is a story of the convict settlements, For the Term of his Natural Life (1874). Here is one of his short stories, a chilling tale titled The Haunted Author. The Haunted Author
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'What can I do for you, sir?' I asked blandly, astonished. He was a tall broad-shouldered man in a rough pea-jacket, and scowled portentously. 'Put me into an honest livelihood,' he answered. It was such a strange request that I could only stare. 'Don't you understand?' he said, seating himself with rough vehemence, 'I want to become a reputable member of society. I want some honest employment.' 'But, my good sir, why do you come to me? Your motive is most excellent, but an honest employment is the last thing at my disposal.' 'That be blowed!' said he, 'you could give me a fortune if you liked, you know you could. But I don't want that. No, I'm fly to that game! You'll have some blessed elder brother, that nobody knowed of, coming back from New Zealand and succeeding to the ancestral mansion; or you'll get me pitched out of my gilded chariot at the church door, and marry my wife, that ought to be, to somebody else. I know you. I only want a modest competence, nobody interfers with that.'

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10. Strewth Issue 5 :: Marcus Clarke
MARCUS CLARKE. Strewth! Marcus Clarke spent his twenties writing satire, documentaryinvestigations, plays, novels, melodramas and tabloid exposŽs.
MARCUS CLARKE Strewth! salutes an unnatural life... by Tony Moore In 1867, at age 21, Clarke returned to the big city to start a career in journalism. He secured a job as theatre critic on the Argus newspaper, but got the sack when he submitted a made up review for a play that had been cancelled. Never a nine-to-fiver he became a freelance journo and was soon making a small fortune from criticism, commentary and leader writing, which he promptly spent buying a small magazine, The Colonial Monthly. When this failed he started a humour magazine called Humbug and tried his hand at writing plays, a novel, a pantomime (starring his actress wife) , and most notoriously, a regular column back at the Argus. Sound like a Prime Minister we all know? Issue Five Top

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clarke, marcus ANDREW HISLOP. clarke, marcus ANDREW HISLOP (18461881),Australian author, was born in London on the 24th of April 1846.
His Autobiography, Diary and Correspondence, edited by Edward Everett Hale, was published in Boston in f891. (E. E. H.) asian; Long Odds (London, 1870), a novel; and numerous comedies and pantomimes, the best of, which was Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (Theatre Royal, Melbourne; Christmas, 1873). He married an actress, Marian Dunn. In spite of his popular success Clarke was constantly involved in pecuniary difficulties, which are said to have hastened his deli-tb at Melbourne on’the 2nd of August I881. See The Marcus Clarke Memorial Volume (Melbourne, 1884), containing selections from his writings with a biography and list of works, edited by Hamilton Mackinnon. See Taylor, Authentic Memoirs of Mrs Clarke; Clarke (? pseud.), Life of Mrs M. A. Clarke; Annual Register, vol. ii. Clarke afterwards devoted himself to the study of Scripture in the original, and of the primitive Christian writers. Having taken holy orders, he became chaplain to John Moore (1646—1714), bishop of Norwich, who was ever afterwards his friend and patron. In 1699 he published two treatises,—one entitled Three Practical Essays on Baptism, Confirmation and Repentance, and the other, Some Reflections on that part of a book called Amyntor, or a Defence of Milton’s Life, which relates to the Writings of the Primitive Fathers, and the Canon of the New Testament. In 1701 he published A Paraphrase upon the Gospel of St Matthew, which was followed, in 1702, by the Paraphrases upon the Gospels of S~ Mark and St Luke, ~nd soon afterwards by a third volume upon St John. They were subsequently printed together in two volumes and have since passed through several editions. He intended to treat in the same manner the remaining books of the New Testament, but his design was unfulfilled.

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    20. CLARKE, Marcus, History Of The Continent Of Australia And The Island Of Tasmania
    Hordern House. clarke, marcus History of the Continent of Australia andthe island of Tasmania (17871870) compiled for the use of schools.
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    CLARKE, Marcus History of the Continent of Australia and the island of Tasmania (1787-1870) compiled for the use of schools. Melbourne, F. Bailliere, 1877 Octavo; a good copy in the original cloth, slightly rubbed,with errata slip. Melbourne, F. Bailliere, First edition of this scarce early school text by the author of His Natural Life, the great nineteenth-century novel, which had been published two years before.
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