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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Returning to the Flanagan Family Home, the Roots of Man Booker Prize Winner
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'Arch and Helen Flanagan drove into Rosebery in January 1964 in a tiny Zephyr 6. It was one month after the Murchison Highway had reached the isolated west coast mining town.

Wedged between his parents on the bench seat was future Man Booker Prize winning novelist, Richard, then just two and a half.' (Introduction)

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  • Rosebery, Western Tasmania (including the West Coast), Tasmania,
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