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Stella Miles Franklin: a biography

by Jill Roe

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This is a very well-researched, comprehensive study of the life and work of Miles Franklin. It is written by notable Australian cultural historian, Jill Roe, who spent many years researching the life of Franklin. I would recommend this biography to anyone interested in Australian writers, women writers, or the development of Australian literature. ( )
  apkl4350 | Mar 17, 2010 |
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"This biography is an authoritative account of the novelist, journalist, nationalist, feminist and larrikin Stella Miles Franklin, author of My Brilliant Career and a great literary figure. This account follows her story from her beginnings in the Australian bush, through her publishing success and time spent working for the women's labour movement in Chicago, and details her time spent as a nurse in the Balkans during World War I."--Provided by publisher.… (more)

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