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Rosslyn McLeod

Subtitled The Australian Origins of Frederick Matthias Alexander and the Alexander Technique, this is a biography of Alexander until 1904 when he left for London. It covers the story of his grandparents’ being sent as convicts to Tasmania, the living conditions there, and Alexander’s successful career, first with the Mt. Bischoff Tin Mining Co. and later as a reciter in Tasmania, New Zealand. New details, reviews, and advertisements by and about Alexander are presented for the first time. It includes a list of poems Alexander recited and one of his favorite poems, Kissing Cup’s Race. It contains no new material on the Technique itself. [104+viii pages, pb, illustrated, 2nd ed. January 1995 (1994), Rosslyn McLeod, imported]

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