The Meat Merchant single work   short story  
Issue Details: First known date: 1971... 1971 The Meat Merchant
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    y New Horizons no. 2 1971 Z1181550 1971 periodical issue 1971 pg. 22-23
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    y The Tracks We Travel : Fourth Collection Leslie Haylen (editor), Sydney : Australasian Book Society , 1976 Z394964 1976 anthology short story Sydney : Australasian Book Society , 1976 pg. 39-43
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    y Strangers' Country and Other Stories Geoffrey Field Dean , Hobart : Cat and Fiddle Press , 1977 Z80282 1977 selected work short story Hobart : Cat and Fiddle Press , 1977 pg. 51-55
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    y Cold Dead Monday Geoffrey Field Dean , Melbourne : Longman Cheshire , 1984 Z988203 1984 selected work poetry young adult Melbourne : Longman Cheshire , 1984 pg. 96-101
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    y The Literary Lunch : Selected Stories Geoffrey Field Dean , Giles Hugo (editor), New Town : Roaring Forties Press , 2004 Z1158469 2004 selected work short story New Town : Roaring Forties Press , 2004 pg. 6-9
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    y Deep South : Stories from Tasmania Ralph Crane (editor), Danielle Wood (editor), Melbourne : Text Publishing , 2012 Z1891264 2012 anthology short story (taught in 1 units) 'A wonderful collection of twenty-four short stories that celebrate the history, culture and creativity of Tasmania.

    Tasmania is another country—a lush, sometimes foreboding island with a people fiercely protective of its history, culture and creativity.

    This handsome collection, the first to bring together the finest stories about Tasmania, includes works by notable early Australian writers, such as Marcus Clarke and Tasma; internationally renowned practitioners, like Hal Porter, Carmel Bird and Nicholas Shakespeare; and a range of newer voices, from Danielle Wood and Rohan Wilson to Rachael Treasure. These twenty-four superb stories showcase the island's colonial past, its darkness and humour, the unique beauty and savagery of its landscape.

    Both a must-read for enthusiasts of Australian literature and a perfect gift for lovers of Tasmania, Deep South comes with a critical introduction from the editors and biographical sketches of the contributors.' (Source: Text Publishing website)
    Melbourne : Text Publishing , 2012
    pg. 283-288
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