All that False Instruction

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Spinifex Press, 2001 - Fiction - 252 pages
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First published under a pseudonym in 1975, and winner of the inaugural Angus & Robertson publishing prize, this powerful coming of age novel is now published as originally intended, and includes an afterword from the author describing the circumstances of its original release.
 

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Contents

In which Maureen comes into the world her brother
1
In which Maureen attends a school for young ladies
19
PART
33
Maureen at bay
49
As easy as opening a door to the air
66
Maureen against the wall
81
Cripple Craig
100
In which Maureen begins to see
111
The geometry of innocence
146
The masters make the rides
158
PART FOUR
176
In which Maureen reflects on Cleos limitations and her own
188
Seems to be how were made
202
There must be some way out of here
224
Afterword
240
Copyright

PART THREE
128

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About the author (2001)

Kerryn Higgs is an Australian writer. She received her PhD in Geography and Environmental Studies from the University of Tasmania.

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