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Hanging Rock

 

During my recent visit to Victoria, I finally made my long awaited trip to the famed Hanging Rock in the Macedon Ranges, an hour’s drive north of Melbourne. 341 more words

Travel

Checking In: Peter Weir's '70s Films and the Natural World

“Everyone agreed that the day was just right for the picnic to Hanging Rock – a shimmering summer morning warm and still, with cicadas shrilling all through breakfast from the loquat trees outside the dining-room windows and bees murmuring above the pansies bordering the drive.” – the first line of Joan Lindsay’s 1967 novel-turned-film… 432 more words

Books

Can You Picnic?*

The weather is finally beginning to warm up a bit in the Northern Hemisphere; and in the Southern Hemisphere, the worst of summer’s heat is over. 1,198 more words

Agatha Christie

Thoughts on Joan Lindsay's Picnic at Hanging Rock (by Bethany)

This novel is set in Australia in the summer of 1900. At its outset, the students and staff members of Appleyard College are preparing for a picnic, and one gets the sense that this picnic is the most exciting break in the routine that this community has experienced in months. 1,540 more words

Fiction - General

PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK by Joan Lindsay

While I had never before read Joan Lindsay’s book, Picnic at Hanging Rock, I have seen the movie, and the memory of the mystery surrounding the missing schoolgirls at Hanging Rock has stuck with me for a good couple of decades. 662 more words

Australian Authors

Book Review: Picnic At Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay

Picnic At Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay

Vintage Classics (Paperback), 2013, First Published In 1967

196 Pages 

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BLURB FROM THE COVER

It was a cloudless summer day in the year nineteen hundred. 308 more words

Fiction

PB: Today, We May Heal

When SDM started this blog in July, 2011, the issue that drove us to write was the travesty that was (and is) the way Palmetto Bay treated Palmer Trinity. 313 more words

Palmetto Bay