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Paul McGuire Paul McGuire i(A10139 works by) (a.k.a. Dominic Paul McGuire; D. P. McGuire)
Also writes as: Obadiah M.
Born: Established: 3 Apr 1903 Peterborough, Hallett - Jamestown - Peterborough - Orroroo area, Mid North South Australia, South Australia, ; Died: Ceased: 15 Jun 1978 North Adelaide, Adelaide - North / North East, Adelaide, South Australia,
Gender: Male
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Dominic Paul McGuire was educated at the Christian Brothers' College and Adelaide University. His literary career was launched during a three-year visit to England, where he contributed to prominent reviews and wrote several novels. He subsequently returned to Adelaide where, in 1932, he published The Two Men, his only book of poetry. He served in the RAN during World War II, and was an Australian delegate to the UN General Assembly in 1953, and was Australian Ambassador to Italy. A prolific writer in a variety of genres, he published criticism, political commentary, novels, and crime writing.

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Albinski 140
National Library of Australia (ACT)
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