Central Mischief: Elizabeth Jolley on Writing, Her Past and Herself
Paperback edition of a collection of the acclaimed author's essays, articles and speeches on a variety of topics including growing up in the United Kingdom, migrating to Australia, raising a family, and writing fiction. With an introduction by Jolley's literary agent, Lurie, who edited this book.
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