12 Edmondstone Street

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Chatto & Windus, 1985 - Literary Criticism - 134 pages
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User Review  - Glenn T. Ryan - Goodreads

Malouf's sensitive prose never fails to impress. There are genuinely funny and warm moments in this memoir. His failure to grasp the meaning of social interactions serves as a recurring theme in this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Belle - Goodreads

I think this book probably deserves four stars. This piece is a beautifully nostalgic and sentimental description of four places that truly ruminate in the reader's mind. I found it identifiably ... Read full review

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David Malouf was born in 1934 in Brisbane, Australia. He attended Brisbane Grammar School and graduated from the University of Queensland. Malouf's first published work was "Interiors" in 1962. Since then, he has published eight poetry collections, eight novels, an autobiography and a play. He has also written the libretto for Richard Meale's opera, "Voss." He has been awarded the Prix Femina Etranger, the Commonwealth Writers' Prize and the Pascall Prize. David Malouf uses life in Australia as a major theme in his work, with much of his fiction recreating his childhood in Brisbane.

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