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A baker's dozen / Dorothy Hewett
Bib ID 2315585
Format BookBook
Author
Hewett, Dorothy, 1923-2002
 
Description Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin, 2001 
243 p. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 0141001321 (paperback)
Summary

"The thirteen stories in this superb collection span the period from 1957 to 1996, creating a vivid portrait of Australian life during these years. Dorothy Hewett casts her perceptive eye over race relations, single mothers, communism, dodging the law - nothing is too great or small for her unstinting gaze"--cover.

Full contents
  • Introduction (by the author)
  • Joey
  • Who's to remember sweet Alice?
  • The strawberry pickers
  • The wire fences of Jarrabin
  • Joe Anchor's rock
  • Would you mind if I saw a mate of mine?
  • The awakening of Miss Huggett
  • On the terrace
  • You can't come home again
 
Subjects Short stories, Australian.

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