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y separately published work icon Women's Erotica : Erotica by Contemporary Australian Women Lyn Giles (editor), Sydney : Collins , 1988 Z567095 1988 anthology short story poetry Sydney : Collins , 1988
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
y separately published work icon D.H. Lawrence at Thirroul Joseph Davis , Sydney : Collins , 1989 Z431200 1989 single work biography Sydney : Collins , 1989
y separately published work icon Feeling Restless : Australian Women's Short Stories 1940-1969 C. J. Burns (editor), Marygai McNamara (editor), Sydney : Collins , 1989 Z546060 1989 anthology short story Sydney : Collins , 1989
y separately published work icon An Improbable Life Betty Roland , Sydney : Collins , 1989 Z552022 1989 single work autobiography Sydney : Collins , 1989
y separately published work icon Between Careers Inez Baranay , Sydney : Collins , 1989 Z552230 1989 single work novel Sydney : Collins , 1989
y separately published work icon Caviar for Breakfast Betty Roland , Melbourne : Quartet Books , 1979 Z21981 1979 single work autobiography Sydney : Collins , 1989
y separately published work icon In Search of the Bodgie Steve J. Spears , Sydney : Collins , 1989 Z104043 1989 selected work prose Sydney : Collins , 1989
y separately published work icon Feral Palit : a novel in four parts Robin Wallace-Crabbe , Prahran : Champion Books , 1978 Z99341 1978 single work novel Sydney : Collins , 1989
y separately published work icon Australia Australia Robin Wallace-Crabbe , Sydney : Collins , 1989 Z104331 1989 single work novel humour Sydney : Collins , 1989
y separately published work icon The Saddest Pleasure Inez Baranay , Sydney : Collins , 1989 Z213650 1989 selected work short story travel Sydney : Collins , 1989
y separately published work icon Walk to the Paradise Gardens Charmian Clift , London : Hutchinson , 1960 Z227511 1960 single work novel Sydney : Collins , 1989
y separately published work icon The Place at the Coast Jane Hyde , Sydney : Pan , 1987 Z250166 1987 single work novel young adult The fifteen year old protagonist goes to the east coast of Australia with her father on holiday. He falls in love with a neighbour and the peaceful environment is threatened by a tourist development. Sydney : Collins , 1989
y separately published work icon Boys by the Sea Barry Patrick Donnelly , Sydney : Collins , 1989 Z346718 1989 single work novel Sydney : Collins , 1989
y separately published work icon The Baby-Farmer Margaret Scott , North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1990 Z371451 1990 single work novel detective historical fiction North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1990
y separately published work icon Medium Flyers Penelope Nelson , North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1990 Z371952 1990 single work novel Roxane Rowe, at a crisis point in her career, is tempted to sabotage the woman who gave her a start in the travel business. But fate turns the tables, and Roxane finds herself in the hot seat... (Back cover) North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1990
y separately published work icon A Man of Marbles Rod Usher , North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1989 Z379375 1989 single work novel North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1990
y separately published work icon Razzle Dazzle Moira Watson , Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1990 Z343898 1990 single work autobiography Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1990
y separately published work icon The Keeper of the Nest Moira Watson , North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1990 Z361952 1990 single work novel It was the worst crime a bird watcher could commit. Amy always ended up with the largest bird list at the end of the day. She swore she had sighted birds nobody else had glimpsed or heard. Sightings, moreover, which, due to the season or the region, were not just unlikely but downright impossible. Amy was a cheat. Set in rugged Victorian bushland, The keeper of the nest is the story of an apparently mild-mannered group of bird watchers, intent on pursuing their hobby. Or are they? A novel of quiet observation of human behaviour, unresolved tensions from the past, and birds, The Keeper of the Nest is also about murder...(Publisher's blurb, back cover). North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1990
y separately published work icon Babaru : Stories B. Wongar , Moscow : Malodaya Grardiya , 1982 Z869436 1982 selected work short story
— Appears in: Put za Bralgu; Babaru 1983;
North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1991
y separately published work icon Master of the Ghost Dreaming Mudrooroo , North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1991 Z232555 1991 single work novel

'... Jangamuttuk is an ageing Aborigine shaman whose people have been relocated to an island off the Australian coast under the control of a former bricklayer turned missionary. Jangamuttuk helps them come to terms with the invaders' presence and, at the same time, offers them a restorative vision of community by entering into "the dreaming," a magical time every bit as real as conventional reality. ...' (Source: Amazon website)

North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1991
y separately published work icon Wildcat Screaming : A Novel Mudrooroo , Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 1992 Z505564 1992 single work novel

'Wildcat is out of prison, but not for long. In this sequel to Wild Cat Falling, Mudrooroo takes us inside the life of the urban Aboriginal. Set in the boom years of Perth bankers and entrepreneurs, we see the same wheeling and dealing from inside Fremantle prison. Wildcat has to survive, and understand the new order, set by the Chief Warder and an ex-Indian Army officer. Soon he too is part of their great creation, The Panopticon Prison Reform Society. (Publication summary)

Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 1992
y separately published work icon Madness : A Novel Morris Lurie , North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1991 Z561306 1991 single work novel Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 1992
y separately published work icon The Track to Bralgu B. Wongar , 1977 selected work short story Indigenous story
— Appears in: Les Temps Modernes , April vol. 32 no. 369 1977; (p. 1606-1635)

— Appears in: Put za Bralgu; Babaru 1983;

'A collection of stories based on traditional Aboriginal stories belonging to the Yolngu people of Arnhem Land, NT, Australia.' (Source: goodreads website)

Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 1992
y separately published work icon The Kwinkan Mudrooroo , Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 1993 Z516223 1993 single work novel satire

'The unnamed narrator of this wry and witty satire by Australian Aborigine novelist Mudrooroo ( Master of the Ghost Dreaming ) is an avaricious businessman, a failed politician and a bungling diplomat-cum-spy. Reduced to a clerk's job in Canberra, he sees everyone as conspiring against him. When a writer, gathering information for a biography of Aborigine detective Dr. Watson Holmes Jackamara, comes to interview him, the narrator can't resist pouring out the story of his life and the plots against him. After losing his bid for the legislature, he is sent to a tiny South Pacific island group about to gain its independence from Great Britain. His mission is to gather intelligence, to act as a counterweight to a no-nonsense businesswoman named Miss Tamada, whose Japanese corporation is making considerable inroads there, and to position Australia as the new power in the region. Unfortunately, things go awry from the beginning when the narrator fabricates a ridiculous cover story for his presence. To complicate matters further, he falls for the beautiful but depraved Carla, a member of the colony's rather barmy ruling family. This novel is a romp that disarmingly takes on the forces of neo-colonialism shaping the Pacific today. ' (Publication summary)
 

Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 1993
y separately published work icon Reading Tim Winton Richard Rossiter (editor), Lyn Jacobs (editor), Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 1993 Z339083 1993 anthology criticism interview Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 1993
y separately published work icon Wildcat Screaming : A Novel Mudrooroo , Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 1992 Z505564 1992 single work novel

'Wildcat is out of prison, but not for long. In this sequel to Wild Cat Falling, Mudrooroo takes us inside the life of the urban Aboriginal. Set in the boom years of Perth bankers and entrepreneurs, we see the same wheeling and dealing from inside Fremantle prison. Wildcat has to survive, and understand the new order, set by the Chief Warder and an ex-Indian Army officer. Soon he too is part of their great creation, The Panopticon Prison Reform Society. (Publication summary)

Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 1995
Last amended 13 Dec 2005 10:47:39
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