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Friday essay: why Rosaleen Norton, 'the witch of Kings Cross', was a groundbreaking bohemian

By Marguerite Johnson, Professor of Classics, University of Newcastle
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An artist and self-proclaimed witch, Rosaleen Norton defied cultural norms in Menzies-era Australia. Reviled by the media, she was a powerfully unconventional woman.

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