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The best Australian stories : a ten-year collection
Bib ID 5055320
Format BookBook
Description Collingwood, Vic. : Black Inc, 2011 
ix, 422 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9781863955225
Summary

"This essential book takes a decade of Best Australian Stories and selects the most outstanding short fiction by the country's finest writers"--backcover.

Full contents
  • Camouflage / Murray Bail
  • Two wrecks / Dorothy Johnson
  • The white hole of Bombay / Nicholas Shakespeare
  • Love and honour and pity and pride and compassion and sacrafice / Nam Lee
  • The lap pool / Robert Drewe
  • Still here / Anna Krien
  • Dust / Patrick Cullen
  • The meaning of life / Mandy Sayer
  • Speak to me / Paddy O'Reilly
  • Hurricane season / Janette Turner Hospital
 
Subjects Short stories, Australian - 21st century.  |  Short stories.
Form/genre Short stories.

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