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ctx_ver=Z39.88-2004&rft_val_fmt=info%3Aofi%2Ffmt%3Akev%3Amtx%3Adc&rfr_id=info%3Asid%2FANDS&rft_id=http://www.une.edu.au/library/about-us/special-collections/campbell-howard-collection&rft.title=E. Coulson Davidson - The Moon Child&rft.identifier=http://www.une.edu.au/library/about-us/special-collections/campbell-howard-collection&rft.publisher=University of New England, Australia&rft.description=Play Length: One ActSynopsis: Fireheart and Moonchild are lovers in defiance of Mohabie, who desires to wed Moonchild so that he can start a new race. Before Mohabie can take vengeance, the Bunyip arises from his pool. The monster protects Fireheart and Moonchild from Mohabie and predicts that from their union will spring a nomadic race to prey upon that of Mohabie's creation.Setting: A valley surrounded on three sides by steep, wooded hills, whose crests are tipped with the gold of the rising moon. Characters:FIREHEARTMOONCHILDMYAMYNMOHABIEMINYIPPURDEETMIAKITEMINHAMITEBIOLITEMURRUMMITABUNYIPSAPLING MAIDS and YOUTHSBRACKEN MAIDS and YOUTHSE. Coulson Davidson's The Moon Child forms part of the Campbell Howard Collection of Australian Plays in Manuscript, a resource that provides a unique body of research material concerning Australian drama of the period 1920–55.&rft.creator=Anonymous&rft.date=2022&rft.coverage=109.335938,-9.102097 157.675781,-9.102097 157.675781,-45.951150 109.335938,-45.951150 109.335938,-9.102097&rft_rights=No known copyright restrictions&rft_subject=Creative Writing (incl. Playwriting)&rft_subject=STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING&rft_subject=PERFORMING ARTS AND CREATIVE WRITING&rft_subject=Fantasy&rft_subject=Mythology&rft_subject=Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples&rft_subject=Indigenous Australians&rft.type=dataset&rft.language=English Access the data

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Brief description

E. Coulson Davidson's The Moon Child forms part of the Campbell Howard Collection of Australian Plays in Manuscript, a resource that provides a unique body of research material concerning Australian drama of the period 1920–55.

Full description

Play Length: One Act
Synopsis: Fireheart and Moonchild are lovers in defiance of Mohabie, who desires to wed Moonchild so that he can start a new race. Before Mohabie can take vengeance, the Bunyip arises from his pool. The monster protects Fireheart and Moonchild from Mohabie and predicts that from their union will spring a nomadic race to prey upon that of Mohabie's creation.
Setting: A valley surrounded on three sides by steep, wooded hills, whose crests are tipped with the gold of the rising moon.
Characters:
FIREHEART
MOONCHILD
MYAMYN
MOHABIE
MINYIP
PURDEET
MIAKITE
MINHAMITE
BIOLITE
MURRUM
MITA
BUNYIP
SAPLING MAIDS and YOUTHS
BRACKEN MAIDS and YOUTHS

Notes

NUNE: Campbell Howard Collection. [Two different versions in Campbell Howard Collection]

Details for description taken from the Campbell Howard Annotated Index of Australian Plays 1920-1955, compiled and edited by Jack Bedson and Julian Croft.

Created: 1915

Data time period: 1920 to 1955

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