Charmian and George: The Marriage of George Johnston and Charmian Clift

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Rosenberg, 2004 - Social Science - 255 pages
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Explores the tempestuous partnership, both marital and literary, of George Johnston and Charmian Clift. The joint work won a prestigous Australian Literary prize. George was an acclaimed war correspondent, and a noted foreign correspondent. His novel, My Brother Jack, won the Australian Miles Franklin Award.The disintegration of their literary and marital partnership under the strains of alcoholism, illness and jealousy is described. It presents an interesting picture of pre-war, wartime and post-war Australia from the newspaperman's perspective.

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S. Max Brown is the vice president of leadership and culture at Pluralsight and a senior adviser at the Shingo Institute. Max is a sought after keynote speaker for clients like Southwest Airlines, American Express, The Canadian Federal Government. For several years, he has presented at one of GE s highest-rated leadership courses. As a result, Max meets with executives in organizations around the world.

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