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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 With Wit and Tenderness, Miles Franklin Winner Melissa Lucashenko Writes Back to the ‘Whiteman’s World’
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'Too Much Lip joins the other prizewinning volumes in Melissa Lucashenko’s trophy cabinet. Her first-ever novel, Steam Pigs (1997), was shortlisted for or won several major prizes, and in the past two decades her books have racked up 26 awards.' (Introduction)

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