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Don Edwards Don Edwards i(A21255 works by) (a.k.a. Donald Herbert Edwards)
Born: Established: 1905 Sydney, New South Wales, ; Died: Ceased: 1963
Gender: Male
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Don Edwards was born in Sydney and took an Arts degree at the University of Sydney, then worked for the Department of Education, later becoming a journalist and travelling extensively in Australia and Asia. He began writing poetry, then moved to prose, and in the 1950s was writing literary critiques for the Sydney Morning Herald. Edwards's short stories have appeared in a collection High Hill at Midnight (1944), and his novel, The Woman at Jingera, appeared in 1948. Edwards has won prizes for his short fiction.

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He Walks Home with His Wife 1936 single work short story
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 30 December vol. 57 no. 2968 1936; (p. 7) Coast to Coast : Australian Stories 1941 1941; (p. 113-118) High Hill at Midnight 1944; Australian Short Stories 1951; (p. 338-343)

— Appears in: Australische Erzähler : Eine Anthologie 1961; (p. 295-299)
1937 second The Bulletin Short Story Competition
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