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A truncated and unformatted biographical extract follows:Chester Eagle was born at Bendigo and educated at Melbourne Grammar and the University of Melbourne. He worked as a teacher and administrator in Victorian colleges of Technical and Further Education until his retirement in 1988.
Eagle is most-admired for his autobiographies Mapping the Paddocks (1984) which won the Age Book of the Year for non-fiction, and Play Together, Dark Blue Twenty (1986). The former recounts his rural boyhood and a search for meaning, ending with the bombing of Hiroshima.....
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