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Poppy by Drusilla Modjeska
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Biography tracing the author's search to unravel the mysteries of her mother's life. Working part-time in publishing, the author has written and editied several books, including TInner Cities: Australian women's memory of place'.



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(Drusilla was one of my writing teachers at UTS)

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A moving and beautiful account of the author’s mother told with a mixture of fact and fiction.

Drusilla Mojeska is a fine writer, an accomplished novelist and, for a time, teacher of literary criticism. She takes to heart the recent writings about the varied nature of “truth.” In writing Poppy, she brings together what can be documented about her mother with less reliable memories and fiction.

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