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Art life chooks : learning to leave the city and love the country / Annette Hughes
Bib ID 4300561
Format BookBook
Author
Hughes, Annette, 1960-
 
Description Pymble, N.S.W. : Fourth Estate, 2008 
291 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9780732286897
Summary

"An account of the year following the author's move with her partner from Sydney where she had been a literary agent, to the Noosa hinterland to live modestly on a property establishing gardens and chook run, and raising a small herd of cattle. Themes running through are the importance of the seasons, the struggle to resume work as an artist and the unexpected reward of a taking up a position as a casual teacher."--Provided by publisher.

Subjects Hughes, Annette, - 1960-  |  Country life - Queensland - Noosa Region - Biography.

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