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Issue Details: First known date: 1956... 1956 Grandfather Tiger
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    y separately published work icon The Bulletin (Christmas edition) vol. 77 no. 4009 12 December 1956 Z597297 1956 periodical issue 1956 pg. 24-25
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    y separately published work icon Coast to Coast : Australian Stories 1957-1958 Dal Stivens (editor), Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1958 Z363478 1958 periodical issue short story Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1958 pg. 1-8
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    y separately published work icon Two Ways Meet : Stories of Migrants in Australia Louise E. Rorabacher (editor), Melbourne : Cheshire , 1963 Z386348 1963 anthology short story Melbourne : Cheshire , 1963 pg. 62-68
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    y separately published work icon The Time of the Peacock : Stories Mena Abdullah , Ray Mathew , New York (City) : Roy Publishers , 1965 Z519582 1965 selected work short story Most of the twelve stories in the collection are narrated by the small Indian girl, Nimmie, who weaves together the sometimes happy, sometimes sad, strands of a mixed Moslem and Hindu Indian-Australian home community in near physical isolation from city or town life. New York (City) : Roy Publishers , 1965 pg. 93-100
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Time of the Peacock : Stories Mena Abdullah , Ray Mathew , New York (City) : Roy Publishers , 1965 Z519582 1965 selected work short story Most of the twelve stories in the collection are narrated by the small Indian girl, Nimmie, who weaves together the sometimes happy, sometimes sad, strands of a mixed Moslem and Hindu Indian-Australian home community in near physical isolation from city or town life. Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1965 pg. 93-100
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    y separately published work icon Eclipsed : Two Centuries of Australian Women's Fiction C. J. Burns (editor), Marygai McNamara (editor), Sydney : Collins , 1988 Z446860 1988 anthology short story humour satire Sydney : Collins , 1988 pg. 399-406
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Time of the Peacock : Stories Mena Abdullah , Ray Mathew , New York (City) : Roy Publishers , 1965 Z519582 1965 selected work short story Most of the twelve stories in the collection are narrated by the small Indian girl, Nimmie, who weaves together the sometimes happy, sometimes sad, strands of a mixed Moslem and Hindu Indian-Australian home community in near physical isolation from city or town life. North Ryde : Sirius Books , 1989 pg. 93-100
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    y separately published work icon An Arc of Australian Voices : An Anthology of Writing Jim Kable (editor), Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1990 Z462202 1990 anthology poetry short story prose criticism biography young adult Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1990
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