I for Isobel

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Penguin Books, 1989 - Fiction - 158 pages
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Isobel searches for a lost part of her substance; a lucky encounter and a little detective work reveal her identity and her true situation in life.

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Interesting book about a girl/woman living in Sydney in the mid-20th century. There were times (many times) when I found it somewhat too 'poetic' for me - which is not surprising when you realise that ... Read full review


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