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The Sparrow Garden (edition 2004)

by Peter Skrzynecki

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The Sparrow Garden by Peter Skrzynecki

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This book gives a descriptive insight into Peter Skryzencki's life, and is an autobiography. This book encompassed various life-changing events, which ultimately impacted on his perspectives and values. This book is extremely interesting, a worthwhile read.
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A moving and revealing portrait of a migrant childhood is invested with humour and boyish adventures, as well as a poet's discerning eye. This is a memoir of both family and community in Australia in the fifties.

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Moving and revealing portrait of a migrant childhood.

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