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National Library of Australia, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 175 pages
Autobiographical account of the inter-world-war years spent by novelist Cusack (author of TCome in Spinner') teaching in country New South Wales. The editor, compiler of the TBibliography of Australian Women's Literature', includes an extensive commentary on and bibliography of Cusack.
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