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y separately published work icon The Fig Tree selected work   autobiography   prose   extract   travel  
Issue Details: First known date: 2002... 2002 The Fig Tree
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Text Unit Name Institution Year
y separately published work icon The Fig Tree Arnold Zable , Melbourne : Text Publishing , 2002 Z959940 2002 selected work autobiography prose extract travel (taught in 3 units) The Fig Tree is a book of true stories with an extraordinary scope. It is about family, about home about the journeys that reveal to us who we are, and the ways in which contemporary tales reflect ancient myths. Arnold Zable begins with his own family. (Libraries Australia) Issues and Themes In Contemporary Writing Southern Cross University 2009 (Semester 2)
y separately published work icon The Fig Tree Arnold Zable , Melbourne : Text Publishing , 2002 Z959940 2002 selected work autobiography prose extract travel (taught in 3 units) The Fig Tree is a book of true stories with an extraordinary scope. It is about family, about home about the journeys that reveal to us who we are, and the ways in which contemporary tales reflect ancient myths. Arnold Zable begins with his own family. (Libraries Australia) Issues and Themes in Contemporary Writing Southern Cross University 2015 (Semester 2)
y separately published work icon The Fig Tree Arnold Zable , Melbourne : Text Publishing , 2002 Z959940 2002 selected work autobiography prose extract travel (taught in 3 units) The Fig Tree is a book of true stories with an extraordinary scope. It is about family, about home about the journeys that reveal to us who we are, and the ways in which contemporary tales reflect ancient myths. Arnold Zable begins with his own family. (Libraries Australia) Issues and Themes in Contemporary Writing Southern Cross University 2016 (Semester 2)
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