(For the Australian judge and chief justice of New South Wales, see Alfred Stephen. For those of a similar name, see Alfred Stevens (disambiguation).) Alfred George Stephens (A.G. Stephens; 28 August 1865 – 15 April 1933) was an Australian writer and literary critic, notably for The Bulletin. He was appointed to that position by its owner, J. F. Archibald in 1894.

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  • (For the Australian judge and chief justice of New South Wales, see Alfred Stephen. For those of a similar name, see Alfred Stevens (disambiguation).) Alfred George Stephens (A.G. Stephens; 28 August 1865 – 15 April 1933) was an Australian writer and literary critic, notably for The Bulletin. He was appointed to that position by its owner, J. F. Archibald in 1894. (en)
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  • (For the Australian judge and chief justice of New South Wales, see Alfred Stephen. For those of a similar name, see Alfred Stevens (disambiguation).) Alfred George Stephens (A.G. Stephens; 28 August 1865 – 15 April 1933) was an Australian writer and literary critic, notably for The Bulletin. He was appointed to that position by its owner, J. F. Archibald in 1894. (en)
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