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Cyril E. Goode Cyril E. Goode i(A23908 works by) (birth name: Cyril E. Good) (a.k.a. Cyril Everard Goode; Cyril Harry Everard Goode)
Born: Established: 5 Oct 1907 Grenfell, Grenfell - Quandialla area, Blayney - Cowra - Grenfell area, Central West NSW, New South Wales, ; Died: Ceased: 1983 Newport, Newport - Williamstown area, Melbourne - West, Melbourne, Victoria,
Gender: Male
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BiographyHistory

Cyril E. Goode was a pioneering farmer in the outer wheatbelt area of Western Australia before travelling to Victoria in 1932. He returned to Western Australia as a freelance journalist and travelled around the goldfields. He worked as a miner in Wiluna and, during World War II, in a munition factory in Victoria. Much of his extensive collection of Australian poetry is now housed in the Baillieu Library, University of Melbourne. Apart from his works of poetry and fiction, Goode also wrote The War America Lost (1968) and Account of a Dash to Ayers Rock (1972). His wife, Jessie Goode, was the author of two children's books.

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Awards for Works

The Case of the Haunted Taxi 1960 single work short story
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 6 July vol. 81 no. 4195 1960; (p. 32-33)
1960 inaugural winner Grenfell Henry Lawson Festival of Arts Awards Award for Short Story
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