Ruth Park: A Celebration
Joy W. Hooton
Friends of the National Library of Australia, Jan 1, 1996 - Novelists, Australian - 34 pages
Each year, the Friends of the National Library of Australia celebrate the work of an eminent figure in the world of Australian literature and publishing. This publication celebrates the remarkable contribution of Ruth Park.
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1982 Playing Beatie antique island Auckland Star Australian Book Industry autobiography Award 1977 Swords Award Royal Blind Beatie Bow 1980 Beatie Bow won best novel Book Award Callie's Castle 1974 CBCA Book characters children's books children's session Crowns and Rings Cuckoo and Fishing Cuckoo won culture D'Arcy Niland Darcy's Doctor of Letters Drums Go Bang Fence fiction Guardian Prize Harp highly commended Illustrated by Noela inaugural Sydney Morning Irish literary lived Lloyd O'Neil Magpie London Sunday Graphic Miles Franklin Award Morning Herald competition Muddle-Headed Wombat Niland describe nineteenth century novels for adults numerous awards Order of Australia Park and Niland Park's novels Pink Flannel 1955 Playing Beatie Bow Poor Man's Orange Power of Roses published realism Ruth Park sense of place Serpent's Delight 1953 South Wales Styx Park subsequent Surry Hills Swords and Crowns Sydney Morning Herald tena Wind Changed won the Talking writing for children young readers Zealand