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Peter Carey, born 1943, first came to the attention of readers with the publication of "The fat man in history" (1974), a collection of mostly futuristic short stories which won him immediate recognition as a remarkable new talent. Since then, novels include "Bliss" (1982), "Illywhacker" (1985), and "Oscar and Lucinda" (1989).
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