Fiction, Memoirs, Criticism

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Univ. of Queensland Press, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 337 pages
Judah Waten was an often controversial figure in Australian literature whose stories of his Russian-Jewish family have been critically acclaimed for their lucidity, depth of feeling, and fine sense of comedy. David Carter has brought together an illuminating selection of Waten's stories, arranged in an autobiographical
 

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Contents

EDITORS NOTE
2
Great Hopes from The Unbending
11
War from The Unbending
40
To a Country Town
57
The Theatre
66
A Child of Wars and Revolutions
76
Read Politics Son
83
Big Events
89
Notes of the Month Strife 1930
139
My Two Literary Careers
145
With Uncle Jacob and Auntie Malka in Paris
154
From Fleet Street to Wormwood Scrubs
171
Came Home Naked Fifty Years
197
The Return
205
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216
The Knife
258

Mr Zeitlin
96
A New Beginning from The Unbending
103
Mother
112
EDITORS NOTE
126
Yiddish Literature in Australia
275
Don Watsons Life of Brian Fitzpatrick
292
Select Bibliography
333
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